Boost Mobile Targets Low Data Usage Americans with Low Cost Wireless Plan

Boost Mobile announced a limited time offer that brings value to consumers with wireless plans starting at just $10 per month on the carrier’s new upgraded network. The plan, which it claims is the lowest cost plan in the wireless market today, gives users unlimited talk and text, plus 2GB of high speed data. For an additional $5, users can get 4GB of high speed data per month.

Unlike other anemic low-cost plans in-market today, the Boost plan ensures that the nearly 30% of Americans who use less than 5GB per month can save over $500 off their annual unlimited wireless bills. Boost will also offer 4GB of high speed data for just $15 per month, compared to similar 4GB plans that can cost more than $30 monthly.

“These new plans, which offer the most value the U.S. market has seen to-date, are just the tip of the iceberg toward achieving our mission to deliver unprecedented value to all segments of the market,” said Stephen Stokols, who heads Boost Mobile. “Today is a step in the right direction to ensure that Americans only pay for what they use.”

“Now more than ever, Americans are looking for ways to reduce their budgets without sacrificing on necessities,” said Andrea Henderson, head of marketing, Boost Mobile. “Our new plans enable a large segment of Americans, many still at home on Wi-Fi most of the day, an opportunity to save $50 per month or more.”

These new plans are available today at any local Boost Mobile retail store or online at through Dec. 31, 2020.2


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