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Finally, a Telco that rewards the loyalty of their customers

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Boost Mobile’s Shrinking Payments for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Gone were the days when loyalty matters. Nowadays, it’s all about grabbing new customers or stealing one from your competitors. I’ve been banking in the same bank for 10 years and I’ve never had any special treatment as a loyal customer. The same goes for staying with my current Internet Service Provider or Mobile Telco. Only when I was about to move away that they’ve started to panic and showered me with special deals.

All hope is not lost, however. Apparently, Boost Mobile still values their customers by giving an incentive for staying with them longer and paying your bills in time.

The deal, Get Shrinking Payments, goes like this: for every 6 on-time payments you make to your Boost Mobile monthly unlimited plan (no annual contracts on the Nationwide Sprint Network) , they will take $5 off your monthly payment (up til $15 off maximum per month).

This means that if you sign up for their $45 Monthly Unlimited plan, you will only be paying $30 per month after 18 months have passed. Now, most of us tend to stay with our mobile provider for years and years. If you are happy with Boost Mobile service and always pay on time, that means you will be saving $15 per month for X number of years.

In just staying for a year with them (after the $15 off), that means you will be saving $15 x 12 = $180 a year. With that amount of money, you can save up to get a new mobile phone upgrade (or at least, paying a good sum of the total amount).

Their $50 Monthly Unlimited plan seems to be a pretty good value for money. The plan includes unlimited nationwide talk and text in the U.S and unlimited data (speed will be capped to 3G speed if your data exceeds 2.5GB on that month).

Too bad we have no such thing here in Australia.

Check out their “Get Shrinking Payments” video ad below:

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