Not talking about stealing cars

Date Wed, September 1 2010

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Boost Mobile. All opinions are 100% mine.

I just got a new phone and you can look forward to a review of that after I spend some more time with it. I went with the same service provider I had but I did, briefly, consider trying out one of the smaller names in the business. The no contract services, like those from Boost Mobile, do have their appeal and I know a couple people who have used and are satisfied with services from Boost.

I’ve heard a few radio commercials lately. It seems like they’re really trying to get word out about their products and services. One of the more convenient aspects their service is Re-Boost, a multi-method funds adding service. You can add money to your account in person, online or via phone–whichever works best for you. They’re flexible enough to provide one-time payment options via card or you can set up automatic payments from your accounts. It’s pretty nice.

I guess I’m a little surprised by how much Boost has to offer, even though they’re not a contract phone provider. I was surprised to find out they offer a phone from Blackberry as well as unlimited Facebook connectivity for a monthly fee. So even though you may be paying less for their services or have the option to end your relationship by simply not adding funds to your phone, Boost offers competitive services and is not lacking in features.

I personally love the fact that many of the phones include Twitter support–I just downloaded a Twitter app for my new phone (it’s the first time I’ve been able to do that!) and it’s so convenient to be able to update my statuses from my phone. Now you never have to worry that zombies have eaten me ( long as I remember to update) and Boost’s social network support provides the same reassurance to its customers.

It’s too bad I’ve already signed a new contract. d=

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