Boost Mobile has added two devices, both from Alcatel OneTouch, to its lineup for customers. Neither the Conquest nor the Elevate represent the company’s vision for a high-end Android device, but they do offer solid specifications in an affordable package. The Conquest and Elevate both support 4G LTE connection, ship with at least Android 5.0 Lollipop, and cost less than $150. Alcatel OneTouch is continuing to prove that a solid, complete device can be had for less than ever before.
After noticing that Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile customers want more high-speed mobile data, the carriers are bringing a new service that allows their monthly unlimited customers to add more high-speed data after meeting their threshold with new $5 and $10 Data-Pack add-ons. Read more
Earlier today, ZTE launched a brand new budget-friendly smartphone that’s up for grabs exclusively from Boost Mobile for $200 off-contract.
Boost Mobile, Sprint’s prepaid no-contract wireless provider, announced their entry into the Wi-Fi hotspot device market with the NetGear Fuse device. Able to support up to 10 devices at once, the NetGear Fuse is 4G capable. Boost Mobile is also introducing two data plan choices for users who are interested in this new option. Read more
A pair of new LG phones are now available for Boost Mobile customers, including the Tribute 2 and the Volt 2. Both devices offer pretty similar hardware, with the Volt offering a slightly larger screen and battery.
Both phones are powered by a Snapdragon 810 CPU with 1 GB of RAM, and they both have 8 GB of internal storage (plus microSD card slot!) and run Android 5.1. The Volt sports a 5-inch display while the Tribute has a 4.5-inch screen, and the Volt 2’s camera shoots at a slightly higher resolution of 8 megapixels, beating out the 5 megapixel shooter in the Tribute 2. No major differences, but you’ll pay a $50 premium for that nicer camera and bigger screen. Read more
For a limited time, Boost Mobile is letting qualified customers bring their own number from Cricket or MetroPCS can get unlimited data, talk and text with up to 2.5GB of high-speed 4G LTE data starting at $20 a month. Boost claims that the promotion will save you roughly $20-30 by switching compared to you current plan. Once the introductory rates end, customers will be moved to the most comparable monthly plan.
There are now three options when it comes to buying the LG G Stylo. The phone has been available from Boost Mobile for a few weeks, but Sprint and its prepaid offering have joined in selling the G Style starting today.
Earlier today, an unannounced Alcatel smartphone made a pitstop at the United States of America’s official certification authority — the FCC. Information included in the brief filing documentation reveals that we’re more than likely looking at the upcoming OneTouch Conquest, which will be heading to Boost Mobile.
Boost Mobile is getting the LG G Stylo smartphone starting today. Its parent company, Sprint will start selling the device starting June 12 while Sprint Prepaid will sell the device from June 7 onwards. The smartphone has been priced at $199.99 from Boost Mobile and Sprint Prepaid. Sprint postpaid is offering the handset in 24 monthly installments of $12. Read more
Three prepaid carriers in the United States, all operated by Sprint, are committed to offering the new Motorola Moto E to customers. Both Sprint and Boost Mobile are selling the Moto E (with LTE) while Virgin Mobile will join on Monday, March 9.