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BOOST: Your Cell Phone Service

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

We have been searching for a new cell phone service that would save us money, but yet still give us lots of options. In my search I came across Boost Mobile. It is a no contract, pay as you go nationwide network.  You can choose whether to pay by the minute or by the month.  The plan I was looking at was $50 a month and  included unlimited talk, text, web, email and instant messaging for one low price.  

It is a simple process where you:
1. Choose your phone. They have a great selection of phones with the latest technology, such as the Blackberry .
2. Activate: Where you  have input in your new number or can use your existing number. 
3. Re-Boost: Your phone is ready to go. Then each month you Re-Boost  (keep your account current) with several flexible payment options: online, in person, by phone or my favorite automatic payments using a debit or credit card. No chance of forgetting in my busy life!

It is important in this day and age to have easy access to our social sites and contacts.  Updating Facebook and Twitter or checking email is simple and easy with your Boost Mobile phone. You can keep in constant touch with updates of family and friends on Facebook from your phone all for one low monthly price.  WOW! In my blogging world this would make life a little easier and allow me lots of flexibility.  Just this morning my friend answered an email from me from her phone.  It was a quick response and I thought that was pretty cool.  You can also add extras such us international calling, games, ringtones and applications.  After looking into this further  I believe Boost Mobile appears to be the right choice for our new cell phone plan. 
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