Handsets and plans from Boost

Wednesday 8 October 2003 | 00:00 CET | News
BOOST Tel plans to release plans for the Australian market within weeks. The company is backed by former prime minister Paul Keating and Stephen and Peter Hill, skateboarding champions and founders of listed streetwear group Globe. Boost Tel managing director Paul O'Neile said the company, which resells Optus's service, would on 1 November launch a range of handsets and rate plans aimed solely at its 200,000 strong customer base. To date, the group's pre-paid mobile phone plans have largely reflected Optus's, O'Neile saying Boost only adds value after the customer has opened the box. Boost

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