Earlier today, Dish Network announced that it has officially acquired the prepaid brand,Boost Mobile. As part of its acquisition, they have unveiled some of its plans for the brand.
One of those plans include reviving the $hrink-It! that Boost previously offered until July 2014 when the company (then owned by Sprint) decided to discontinue it.
The plan comes with unlimited talk, text, and 15GB of high-speed data at $45 per month. The name of the plan refers to the fact that the monthly rates of customers are reduced by $5 once three on-time payments have been made. After six on-time payments have been made, another $5 is deducted from the cost of the plan.
In addition to reviving the $hrink-It! plan, Dish will also be offering a new $35 plan that comes with unlimited talk, text, and 10GB high-speed data.
These two plans will be available starting tomorrow, July 2. Customers can opt to sign up to either plan with their current device.