Irvine-based Boost Mobile is offering customers a new way to save money on their prepaid wireless service – as long as they pay their bills on time.
Under the $50 Monthly Unlimited with Shrinkage plan, users who make six on-time payments will reduce their monthly bill by $5, eventually reaching $35 a month for unlimited talk, text, Web, e-mail, IM and calls to 411.
With the $60 Blackberry Monthly Unlimited with Shrinkage plan, customers can drop their payments to $45.
“At a time when customers are looking for ways to save their hard-earned money, we’re rewarding Boost customers by helping them shrink their monthly payments,” said Bob Stohrer, vice president of marketing for Boost. “Now we’re introducing even more value, all with no annual contracts.”
Additionally, customers who miss their monthly payment date will not lose any points accrued toward the next price reduction. They also will not lose current payment discounts.
"Shrinkage is yet another demonstration of Boost's commitment to ‘unwronging’ wireless,” said Stohrer.
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