Sure you can. At Boost, we have phones from flip to 4G LTE available on plans with unlimited talk, text and data. Pick from top-tier manufacturers such as Apple, Samsung, Motorola, HTC, Kyocera and LG. Keep more money in your pocket with phone deals found only at Boostmobile.com. And if you’re looking for great service, we’ve got you covered. Boost Mobile® runs on the Nationwide Sprint® Network.
You want control over your budget, right? With prepaid, you make your payment upfront, so you know exactly how much you’ll spend from the start and how much you’ll pay each month. Don’t get hit with hidden fees or other surprise charges. What’s even better, prepaid lets you upgrade your phone when you’re ready, so you don’t have to wait around to see when you’re eligible for a new phone.
If you don’t use your phone much or need a quick replacement, choose a super-affordable basic phone. If you want all the latest bells and whistles, find a smartphone that fits your needs and budget.
Aside from what we mentioned above – the cost. When you choose prepaid, you pay for most of the cost of your phone at the beginning and save immediately by paying less for your service. When you purchase a phone and commit to a two-year contract, you may save some money on cost of the phone at the beginning, but you’re actually paying for that phone each month since a portion of the cost is included in your monthly wireless bill.
The result? A prepaid smartphone plan on Boost can cost as little as $35 a month. A smartphone plan on a postpaid contract plan often can end up costing you $100 a month or more.
Plus, prepaid plans give you flexibility. If you don’t like your service, you’re not locked in to a long-term commitment.
You pay for nearly everything up front and get exactly what you pay for. Find the phone you want and buy it. Pick a plan, make a payment and add money to your account regularly to maintain service. That’s all you have to do.
There are no annual contracts, no credit checks, no monthly bills, no overage fees and no roaming charges.
Prepaid plans offer daily and monthly payment options. To keep your service going, just make sure you have enough money in your account for the next payment cycle.