While most US customers are signed up with one of the big carrier names in the country like Verizon, there are many more choices available to American phone customers looking for a bargain.
Known as MVNOs (mobile virtual network operators), these low-cost carriers lease wireless telephone and data service from major carriers.
One of the better-known MVNOs is Boost Mobile, which piggybacks on Sprint’s network to deliver lower prices. If you’re looking for an affordable smartphone and service, you should really give Boost a chance this summer. Especially since the carrier is running a sale on a variety of Android smartphone which shaves 20% off their price.
Boost Mobile hosts Summer sale on various Android phones
For example, it’s possible to get the Samsung Galaxy S9 for $560 (down from $699). To sweeten the deal Boost also throws in a 64GB memory card for free. And if you are a new customer, you can become eligible to get $50 account credit. You’ll need to activate the phone on the carrier’s $50/month Unlimited Gigs plan.
To get the discount you’ll have to use the code SUMMER at checkout. The offer ends on August 2, 2018.
Don’t need a flagship? Not to worry Boost has your back with a number of new, yet mid-range/lower-end smartphones, all available with a discount including:
• Moto G6 Play – $80 (down from $130)
• Moto E5 Plus – $120 (down from $180)
• Moto E5 Play – $64 (down from $100)
• Samsung Galaxy J3 Achieve – $64 (down from $130)
• Samsung Galaxy J7 Refine – $184 (down from $229)
Don’t need something so new? Boost Mobile also has a selection of older phones that are also available with 20% off (added on top of other discounts).
• Samsung Galaxy S8 – $480 (down from $599.99)
• LG Stylo 3 – $80 (down from $180)
• Motorola E4 Plus – $80 (down from $130)
• ZTE Prestige 2 – $32 (down from $79.99)
Remember you have until August 2 (which is next Thursday) to take advantage of these deals, so hurry up!