Thursday, January 28, 2010

$50 Unlimited Plan with Boost Mobile and the Sanyo Incognito

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Boost Mobile. All opinions are 100% mine.

I know all the hype the last couple of days is about that new product some fruity company unveiled, but I don't think I'll be getting one of those any time soon.  They do look cool with all the things they can do, but it's not really something I can justify right now.  Now, this new SANYO Incognito, maybe.  I mean, after all, everyone needs a cell phone, right?  There's even a government program that offers to provide people with one for free - as if they are a necessity. But, of course, that's beside the point.

Cell phones are really nice to have, and convenient.  Add all the great features this phone has, and you've really got something.  The SANYO Incognito™ SCP6760 has a 2MP camera with VGA camcorder, a music and video player, and enhanced web browsing.  It even has a full QWERTY keyboard, making it easy to send text messages and keep up with all your social networks and web browsing.  It also includes Multi-Media messaging (Picture & Video), is Stereo Bluetooth® Capable & GPS Enabled. With the $50 Monthly Unlimited Plan from Boost Mobile, you never have to worry about going over your minutes, texts, or internet bandwidth, and there are never any roaming charges because it's nationwide.  Even better, there's no contract, and no commitment.

The phone (with all this should we really still call it a phone?) sells for $129.99 (excluding taxes) with free shipping.  And, it fits in your pocket, unlike that other thing, you know the one I mean.

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1 comment:

  1. The Boost Mobile deal really seems like a moneysaver, especially for families and talkie kids, but Sprint has another deal that's just a little too similair. Sprint's named company has an unlimited plan $99 - that's about $50 more than Boost's and they are are on the same calling network. When I found out about the Boost deal, I really wondered why Sprint couldn't offer the same options for that price - the savings for all customers would really help as well as maybe attract more. I don't want to loose my service, but that $50 a month more is a killer when you are already on a tight budget. I heard about a website people are visiting to email the President of Sprint and let him know that this deal is just totally unfair to loyal Sprint customers. Check it out at and let him know how you feel.


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