Chinese smartphone manufacturer ZTE today announced the launch of a new smartphone that offers decent specifications for the relatively affordable price of $129.99. The handset appeals to those who prefer to have big displays on their smartphones. It merits mentioning here that it costs $129.99 off-contract so it’s a really great option for someone who’s looking for an affordable device. ZTE Max XL is being sold via Sprint’s Boost Mobile […]
Customers in the United States will soon be able to pick up the Galaxy S7 from Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile. Most major carriers have already started shipping pre-ordered units, even retailers like Best Buy have started shipping ahead of the official release date. Samsung has pegged March 11th as the official release date of the new flagship handsets.
If you stream a lot of music, there is a good chance you will end up going through your data allowance a lot faster compared to if you were just surfing the web. However it seems that with the rise of music streaming services, carriers have also changed the way they are addressing the data consumption from music streaming.Recently Boost Mobile has announced that they will be launching unlimited music […]
If you’re thinking about getting your hands on the iPhone 6s but feel that maybe it’s a bit too expensive for your liking, you’re in luck because it appears that Boost Mobile is discounting the handset heavily. If you were to hop on over to Boost Mobile’s website, the carrier is selling the handset $550.This by itself is already $100 cheaper than what Apple is selling it for. However if […]
Boost Mobile, which so happens to be under the Sprint umbrella, has started to kick off sales of a spanking new Android-powered smartphone that hails from the manufacturing lines of Alcatel. Known as the Alcatel OneTouch Conquest, what separates this particular device from the others would be the fact that it is dust- and water-resistant (thanks to the IP67 certification), making it one of the few handsets from Alcatel to […]
Boost Mobile has picked up not one, but two second generation smartphones that will be part of their ensemble now – the LG Tribute 2 as well as the LG Volt 2. These handsets will boast of LG’s signature Rear-Key and slim and sleek design, in addition to other new powerful performance and fun selfie features that will get your smartphone life kickstarted.
LG’s new low-end smartphone has arrived on Boost Mobile today. It’s a good option for folks that want a simple Android device on a MVNO with none of the hassles that one experiences with a device obtained from a major carrier. The LG G Stylo is available from Boost Mobile today for $199.99, it will arrive on Sprint and Sprint Prepaid next month.
Boost Mobile, Sprint’s prepaid brand, has announced today that it will start selling the two new iPhones on October 17th. Interested customers will be able to purchase the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus from Boost Mobile for $100 off the usual retail price, which is without a doubt an incentive for those who don’t want to be stuck with a conventional service contract.
Apple’s new iPhones went on sale on September 19th and including the record number of pre-orders the company sold over 10 million units of both smartphones combined over the launch weekend, breaking all records set by previous smartphones. Sprint CEO remarked that this was the biggest iPhone launch that the carrier has ever seen. Now Sprint’s prepaid service provider Boost Mobile has confirmed that it too will be selling the new […]
The Next Big Thing has now landed at prepaid carriers Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile. Customers can now pick one up from the aforementioned carriers without having to sign a conventional service contract. The only caveat is that they will have to pay the full cost upfront since prepaid carriers don’t subsidize devices or offer them on installments, but hey, that’s the price you pay for not letting a carrier tie […]
Boost Mobile is one of the many no-contract prepaid carriers out there that offer a good alternative service for those customers who don’t want to be tied to a service contract. It leans on Sprint’s network for both voice and data. Today the prepaid carrier unveiled three new “unlimited” talk and text plans, including some data allowance, which start at $40 per month.
Previously it used to take a lot of time for premium smartphones to make their way to prepaid carriers. Those carriers usually had low-end or mid-range phones on offer, and not premium phones the kind customers would find on major national carriers such as Verizon and AT&T. Though things have been shaken up a bit in the past year with more such devices landing at prepaid carriers. The Galaxy S5 is […]
Remember the ZTE Beast phablet? It has made its way to Boost Mobile, being rebranded as Boost Max, the carrier’s first 5.7 inch phablet which costs $300 off contract. Powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, the Boost Max touts a 5.7 inch HD IPS display with Gorilla Glass, an 8 megapixel rear camera, 1.2GHz dual-core processor coupled with 1GB of RAM and a 3,200mAh battery. Its definitely no powerhouse, but […]
There are a few options available for people who don’t want to be tied down to a carrier with a conventional two year service contract, Boost Mobile is one of those options. The carrier today launched the affordable Moto G smartphone, a bonafide mid-range Android smartphone that offers respectable specifications. Moto G is actually the first Motorola handset on Boost Mobile since 2011, it is available for purchase today through […]