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Dish Network partners with Amazon to offer wireless services

2023-07-27 20:19 by
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Boost Infinite is bringing its Infinite Unlimited wireless postpaid plan to Amazon with an exclusive offer for Prime members. Amazon Prime members who purchase the Boost Infinite Unlimited SIM kit in the Amazon U.S. store will get 20% off the list price of $25, on top of a $25 bill credit toward their first month of service from Boost Infinite.

The SIM kit, sold and shipped fast for free by Amazon, enables Prime members to activate Infinite Unlimited wireless service that includes unlimited talk, text, and data for only $25 a month - a price that's locked forever. Prime members are automatically pre-qualified for Boost Infinite's plan, which is compatible with most unlocked iPhones and Android smartphones. Subscribers may add up to five lines per account.

Prime members may purchase the Boost Infinite Unlimited SIM kit at Once the new Boost Infinite Unlimited SIM kit is received, Prime members simply complete their Boost Infinite account registration via the Boost Infinite app to activate service directly with Boost Infinite. Subscribers will be paired with a Boost Buddy - a real person - dedicated to helping them with questions, setup and activation.

"Amazon is the perfect place to offer this Boost Infinite exclusive deal, making it easy for Prime members to purchase our SIM kit online, with an exclusive 20% discount, and activate their postpaid wireless service without setting foot in a store," said Jeremy McCarty, Head of Boost Infinite. "It's a different approach to wireless, elevating the customer experience and keeping things simple."

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