Boost Mobile, a subsidiary of Sprint Corp., announced a new way to reward its customers who pay on-time.  Customers who pay on time will be rewarded with free data upgrades without being charged a single penny more, an industry first for simply paying your bill on-time.

Every third on-time payment earns a customer 500MB of high-speed data on top of their current plan. After 18 on-time payments, customers can add up to 3GB of data which can more than double the base plan of 2GB per month.

“Boost Mobile is always rewarding customers for their loyalty, and the best way to say thank you is by offering plans with growing high-speed data. Our new $35 plan, or $30 with Auto Re-Boost, offers the best value now with 2GB of high-speed data and we’re offering our customers more value by slashing the prices on some of our latest smartphones to as low as $19.99. Now is the best time to be a Boost customer; you can get a premium smartphone at an affordable price and earn extra high-speed data just by paying on time.” Angela Rittgers, Vice President, Boost Mobile

Growing data is available on the $30 Unlimited with Auto-Re-Boost, $35 and $45 Unlimited plans. You can check out more details on their website.

As consumers become more educated on pricing models offered from big carriers, they are jumping over to plans like these. 5GB of data with unlimited texts and minutes for $30 dollars is cheaper than Google’s own Project Fi. Sprint, T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon continue to battle it out on the postpaid front, but the prepaid wireless space is a battleground that is picking up intensity rather quickly and quietly. Lets hope this trend continues as these battles help lower prices across the board.


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  1. I get 12gb for $50. Not bad, still go over monthly and get throttled something horrible. Come out with an unlimited and I give you more money.

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