December 27, 2013
No contract cell phone plans, also known as pay-as-you-go plans, are an increasingly popular choice, preferred by those looking to avoid a 2-year contract or those who only need a phone for emergency use. A smartphone paired with a plan on Boost and Virgin Mobile provides you with the standard service that you expect from your wireless phone without a binding contract.
Prepaid plans are a good choice for anyone who doesn’t want to commit to a wireless plan on an annual basis. A no-contract plan allows you the freedom to change your plan or your service provider quickly if you are unsatisfied with your service.
When you compare a prepaid, no contract plan for a smartphone on Boost or Virgin Mobile, the cost savings are significant. Over a two year period, for example, a Virgin Mobile smartphone owner will save over $500 compared to similar plans from the other carriers without actually being tied into any contract. People can leave at any time without penalty.
No-contract wireless plans gives you more control over how much you are paying for wireless service. With a no contract cell phone, you can change your plan at the end of each month until you find a service that fits you. You can also easily adjust the minutes and features included in your plan at the end of the month.
Lorena Pino is a communications manager for Virgin Mobile USA. She oversee all public relations programs for the Virgin Mobile USA brand including product and service launches, sponsorships, events, advertising, brand initiatives and more. Lorena can be reached at Lorena.Pino@sprint.com.