This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of Boost Mobile. All opinions are 100% mine.
Remember the commercials for Boost Mobile a few years ago? Nextel may have been the first that comes to mind that offered the Direct Connect function, but Boost was the first, it seems, to have offered it with a no contract service. (You can’t tell me that you never were tempted to “chirp” someone and ask them “Where you at” when those commercials were looped.) Well, Boost is at it again. This time, they are offering a no contact, $50 unlimited plan with a SANYO Incognito. Oh, and no more folks wearing round orange shirts.
What is an Incognito? It does most of the things a Blackberry does, such as browse the internet and take photos, but it also has a full keyboard and video capabilities. For folks that don’t want to be linked to a long term contract and want to pay month to month or a few months at a time, it allows them to see if they will actually use the technology without any major commitment. If you are me, you are sorely behind the times and will get that type of contraption in twenty years, though they do appeal to the side of me that likes to par down. I am wondering if you would let me try out yours to see if I can blog with it.
The price point for the Sanyo Incognito SCP6760 is $129.99, not including taxes. The phone may not be one of those “free with plan” deal because there is no contract. However, have you looked at contracts that include free phones? You actually do pay for them many times over due to the elevated fees accruing throughout the year, or even three years, of the contract. You can’t get something for nothing.
Have you played with the Incognito yet? To me, no contracts just seem more attractive right now considering that I am not sure which way I want to go for my next phone. I am considering going back to rotary or one of those bag phones, but they seem to be eluding me…and they are awfully heavy.Uncategorized | Comment (0)