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Boost Mobile Launches $15/month Unlimited "All Mexico All Mobiles" Promotion



Today Boost Mobile announced the availability of a new $15/month Unlimited Mobile Mexico promotional add-on that includes:
  • Unlimited calling to all mobile phones in Mexico
  • Unlimited calling to landlines in all cities in Mexico - including Mexico City
  • Unlimited calling to landlines in more than 45 countries - including Brazil, the Dominican Republic, Argentina and Colombia
  • Unlimited calling to Canada (excluding area code 867 which covers the far North Arctic region of Canada)
  • Unlimited international text messaging worldwide from the United States
  • Reduced calling rates to more than 200 destinations
According to Boost, "The limited-time offer is good for subscribers who add $15 Unlimited Mexico Mobile to a Monthly Unlimited plan by June 6. Those customers who activate the add-on during the promotional period will continue to receive unlimited calls to all of Mexico as long as the account is active and the $15 monthly add-on remains on the current account."

Boost also launched a new phone, the $29.99 Kyocera Coast, a flip phone with a 2.4 inch screen, 2 MP camera and Bluetooth. The Coast can be used on the Pay As You Go, $2 Daily Unlimited and $50 Monthly Unlimited plans. It can't be activated on the $45 Talk & Text Unlimited plan, which seems like a strange restriction as the $45 plan, which doesn't include data, seems tailor made for a basic device like the Coast.

Source: Sprint

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  1. WOW THIS WONDERFUL!!! NOW I CAN CALL MI FAMILIA IN CANCUN. GRACIAS BOOST MOBILE. WITH THE SHRINKING PAYMENTS AND NOW THIS, IS JUST AWESOME. THAT'S WHY I'M A LONG TIME CUSTOMER.

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  2. Any truth about Boost adding LG Optimus f7?

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    1. Engadget and AndroidGuys are claiming that Boost will get the F7. However, their "proof" is a screenshot of an F7 running Sprint exclusive apps like Sprint ID and Sprint Zone rather than their Boost equivalents. To me that means that Sprint is getting the F7. Boost may eventually get it as well but I don't see any evidence that it's a sure thing.

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