Boost Mobile, the prepaid carrier owned and operated by Sprint, today announced a slew of new options and benefits for customers old and new. The carrier is focusing on offering more high-speed data at an affordable price in addition to launching promotions that put money back in your back.
Boost Mobile is adding to their prepaid lineup by bringing LG’s Tribute 5 into the fold, and it’s priced aggressively at $99. It’s probably not going to sway any potential LG G5 buyers, but on the budget side of things, it doesn’t look too bad. Read more
Sprint has announced the addition of the Samsung Galaxy J series of devices to the lineups for a couple of their subsidiary carriers, Virgin Mobile USA and Boost Mobile. The first device to be offered will be the Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016) which is a slightly updated version of the Galaxy J3 that launched in China last fall. Read more
While Virgin Mobile recently announced unlimited music streaming from certain services, and T-Mobile has offered the feature for a while, Boost Mobile has decided to join the party and delicately skirt around a net neutrality issue by offering their own form of unlimited music streaming. Read more
Sprint has announced a handful of new smartphones for its subsidiaries Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile. Out of the three smartphone additions announced, only one will be making its way to Boost Mobile.
Boost Mobile, Sprint’s prepaid service, has announced some new features for their data plans that will result in “Growing Data” for customers who make their payments on time. Boost Mobile customers will now receive an extra 500MB block of data for every third on-time payment they make for up to 18 months. That means customers could end up with an extra 3GB of high-speed data. Read more
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Boost Mobile today announced its next prepaid smartphone, the ZTE Warp Elite for $179. The Warp Elite is available at a Boost Mobile store near you today.
Boost Mobile has added two devices, both manufactured by 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