This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Boost Mobile. All opinions are 100% mine.
Have you heard about Boost Mobile's Re-Boost method of adding funds to your account? It's as easy as pie and can be done in a variety of ways. You can go old school and visit a location to add funds to keep your cell phone ringing, or you can pay online with your debit or credit card. You can even pay via your phone! Talk about making it easy to pay.
It's also easy to to update your social media accounts like Facebook and twitter with a Boost Mobile phone. You can update your friends on-the-go without being tied to a laptop or desktop computer. This is something my niece did when she was moving far from home. We all checked her whereabouts on Facebook and we knew by checking her status that she'd arrived safely. My sister even updated her Facebook account with a picture of her new engagement ring... right from her phone. Phones that update to the web are becoming the norm and make it fun and easy to stay in touch with family and friends in to day's ultra-social world.
Switching to Boost Mobile may even save you money. They currently have several plans that are enticing. There's a standard $50 a month, with unlimited talk, text, email, 411, IM and web. I liked the look of the Motorola i1 myself. It's got a 5 MP camera on it, which is something I wish my current phone had. Having a quality camera on a cell phone is a must for us mommies so we don't miss out on those extra cute moments.
The Blackberry plan is just $10 more at $60 per month and includes the unlimited talk, text and email that the standard $50 plan covers. Best of all, no contracts! Now that is something that I like. I hate being saddled by a 2 year commitment.
If you'd like to learn more about Boost Mobile or it's flexible Reboost payment options, please visit the sponsor's site.