Boost Mobile Rewards Loyal Customers with Shrinking Payments!

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

Boost Mobile Shrinking Payments

Have you ever noticed that a lot of companies spend more time wooing new customers than rewarding the ones they’ve got?

This has always been a pet peeve of mine, but it really hit home a few months ago:

You see, we received “an offer we couldn’t refuse” from a television provider. However, we were happy with our current company, so my husband called and asked them if they could meet or beat the offer. They said they couldn’t, even though we’ve been customers for more than 10 years and he was upfront that we would be switching companies if they couldn’t meet the value being offered by the other company.

Frustrated, we took the new company up on their offer and made the switch…and then our previous company began sending us offers worth hundreds of dollars to try to win us back. Seems like we would have all been happier if they’d simply rewarded our loyalty upfront!

Unlike other utility companies, Boost Mobile rewards loyal customers with smaller payments over time!

The no annual contract $55 Android Monthly Unlimited plan with Shrinking Payments rewards you for your loyalty: For every six on-time monthly payments you make, the cost of the plan shrinks by $5, eventually getting down to as low as $40 a month for unlimited nationwide talk and text.

How it works:

1. Sign up for a Monthly Unlimited plan.

2. Make your payments on-time. While the quickest way to get srinking payments is making all of your payments on time, your 6 on-time payments do not have to be consecutive. So if you miss the payment date one month, you can just pick up where you left off the following month!

3. Start shrinking. You’ll receive text messages and/or emails to notify you when you have reached each savings milestone!

Sign up today to Get Shrinking Payments!

With shrinking payments, I’d treat myself to an extra latte at Starbucks each month. What would you do with the extra money in your wallet?

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