Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Boost Your Connectivity

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

I recently purchased a new i1 phone with Boost mobile. I really like the features of the phone like full QWERTY keypad, touchscreen, stereo Bluetooth and wireless web email access. The i1 and all Boost Mobile phones are social network friendly and you can easily access Facebook and Twitter so you can keep in touch with friends and family.

With Boost Mobile service you have great features like Reboost which allows you to conveniently pay online in-person, or pay by phone using your debit/credit card to make a payment or sign-up for worry-free automatic payments. With Reboost you several replenishment options plus you can also add money to friends and family Boost Mobile account using a credit or debit card without tying the card to their account.

I also liked the features of the Blackberry Curve 8330 smartphone with unlimited nationwide calling, text, web, instant messaging, e-mail and much more to mention. What is really amazing is the price at $60 per month. Boost Mobile has a very easy online activation process, but make sure you have your phone with you first. All you have to do is Identify your phone, choose a phone number, choose your plan, set up your account, review and make your purchase from the convenience of your home or office.


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