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Time is running out to grab a Dell XPS 13 for only $750

Right now, Dell has cut the price on the remastered Dell XPS 13 laptop to just $750 but you’re going to need to be quick — down $100 from the usual $850. Stock is very limited and we can’t see this offer lasting the day. If you want a great productivity device and one of the best 13-inch laptops Dell has devised, you’ll need to snap it up now. It’s one of the best Dell laptop deals out there at the moment.

The Dell XPS 13 has everything you need for a well-balanced workhorse laptop. It offers the latest 10th generation Intel Core i5 processor, 4GB of memory, 128GB of SSD storage, and a 13.3-inch full HD screen. The screen is also a touch display so if you want to get more hands-on and tactile with your work, you can.

On top of that, the Dell XPS 13 is very attractively designed. It’s Dell’s smallest 13-inch laptop yet with the company packing in a 13.3-inch screen within an 11-inch form factor so you get to enjoy the benefits of a sleeker laptop while still having a great screen size to look at while you’re working. It only weighs 2.7 pounds and it’s very thin meaning it will even fit on airplane tray tables without any bother. It’s also light enough to toss into your bag without worrying too much about dealing with bulky laptop setups.

Even its webcam is smaller than ever before while also being better, too, thanks to its new 4-element lens that means you get a sharper picture when taking video conferencing calls.

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The most powerful 13-inch laptop in its class, the Dell XPS 13 is also no slouch when it comes to battery life. Expect just over 19 hours when using productivity applications like Word or Excel with just over 17 hours easily possible when streaming Netflix. What more could you want from such a portable device?

A fantastic all-rounder that’s sure to make your working or studying life easier, the Dell XPS 13 ordinarily costs $850. Right now though, it’s just $750, saving you $100 on the usual deal. You’ll need to be quick though. Dell has only allocated limited stock to this offer and it’s flying out the door fast. Don’t waste any time committing to this great bargain.

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Boost Mobile Buyer’s Guide (October 2020)

Just about everyone knows the names of the “Big Four” top-tier wireless service providers: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. But, for every one of these major network operators there are a number of others with their own rates, customer service, and phone selection.These prepaid Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNOs) license towers from the big names in the space.Let’s take a closer look at Boost Mobile and learn about it the brand, its rates, and features.About Boost MobileFollowing the Sprint and T-Mobile merger, DISH has acquired Boost Mobile. Boost Mobile operates in the United States with a nationwide CDMA/LTE network for coverage. It offers pre-paid rate plans which means no long term contracts or obligations.Taxes and fees are included and include unlimited talk, text, and data. Additionally, the come with mobile hotspot capabilities and unlimited music streaming.What deals does Boost offer? Boost Mobile offers a four-line rate plan for $100 when switching from another carrier. Each line gets unlimited data, talk, and text and provides for up to 1GB of hotspot.Which major prepaid carrier has the best $40 rate plan?What are Boost’s rate plans?Boost does not charge for going over your allotted data and taxes are included in the cost. Each plan comes with unlimited data, but only a set amount of it is high speed.$35/month: Unlimited talk, text and 3GB of high-speed data$35/month: Unlimited talk, text and 6GB of high-speed data (Walmart Exclusive)$50/month: Unlimited talk, text, and 35GB high-speed data w/ 12GB hotspot$60/month: Unlimited talk, text, and 35GB high-speed data w/ 30GB hotspotAlthough Boost offers multiple plans with “unlimited” data there are differences between each. Consumers can choose the option that works best for video and music, international calling, and customer service needs. For instance, some may not care whether video is streamed at 1080p or if audio is at 1.5Mbps.5 Plans Under $50Boost recently revised its plans to create five options which cost less than $50 per month. Each comes with its own amount of data and some of them are for new, in-store customers.$10/month: Unlimited talk, text, and 1GB 4G LTE, mobile hotspot (New in-store customers only)$15/month: Unlimited talk, text, and 2GB 4G LTE, mobile hotspot (New in-store customers only)$25/month: Unlimited talk, text, and 5GB 4G LTE, mobile hotspot (New customers only)$35/month: Unlimited talk, text, and 10GB 4G LTE, mobile hotspot$45/month: Unlimited talk, text, and 15GB 4G LTE, mobile hotspotThe $HRINK-IT! plan rewards subscribers for making on-time payments. The price drops five bucks after three payments; it drops another five after six payments. In short, you start out at $45/month and get to $35/month after paying your bill on time for half of a year.SEE: How to unlock your Sprint phoneCan I do multiple line accounts at Boost Mobile?Customers interested in family plans or multiple lines can do so with discounted pricing. As of today Boost Mobile offers a $20 discount when adding a line to one of the unlimited plans.There are currently two rate plans which offer Boost subscribers unlimited data, one for three-line accounts and one for four lines.Other Boost features and offeringsBoost Mobile provides a handful of extras (Boost Extras) to its customers, most of which can pair with the various rate plans. Details include international calling, extra data, HD video streaming, and phone insurance.Boost Mobile offers a $25 referral credit for anyone you have sign up for its service. Both get an account credit once your friend activates, pays for an eligible monthly plan and registers their new number.A Boost Perks mobile app lets customers save money with partner brands such as AMC, Papa John’s Sams’s Club, Costco, and others.What phones does Boost offer?Take a peek at the current lineup of Android phones offered through Boost and you’ll find familiar names from brands like LG, Samsung, and Motorola. There are also devices from the likes of Coolpad, ZTE, and Wiko, too.As we often see with a lot of prepaid providers, phone selection is a mixed bag, leaning more more toward affordability as opposed to performance. With that said, we do recognize there are some incredibly robust and current models, including the Samsung Galaxy S20.For those looking to save money there are also a handful devices which are certified pre-owned, meaning that although they were once used by someone else, they come with a guarantee/warranty.Can I use my own phone with Boost Mobile?You can often use your current CDMA phone, especially if it was previously paired with Sprint. Head to Boost’s website to check whether your specific model is supported. Also, we’re seeing a growing trend of unlocked phones with support for Sprint/Boost bands.

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