Earlier this week the premium sector smartphones gained a new member, the HTC 10, and Sprint, just like other networks, is getting ready to release the flagship device. On the other hand, the carrier’s prepaid subsidiaries, Boost and Virgin Mobile, are about to launch three new affordable phones as well. The trio, which will be aimed at mid tier customers, includes the Kyocera Hydro Reach, LG Stylo 2 and Samsung Galaxy J7.
Proceeded by an endless stream of rumors and leaks the Galaxy S7 is finally making its way into the hands of customers. Claimed one of the most wanted smartphones this year, the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are gradually becoming available at some carriers. Among them are Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile that has just announced to phones to join their list of offerings. Boost Mobile will start to sell the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge this Friday, whereas Virgin Mobile promise the phones to hit their stores next Friday
Two weeks ago LG announced duo of new entry-level smartphones, the LG K7 and K10. The former was expected to arrive in the US via one of Sprint’s pre-paid brands under the name LG Tribute 5, though it was unclear when it could happen. As it turns out, we didn’t have to wait long for the phone to show up in stores. Earlier today the LG Tribute 5 Android smartphone hit Boost Mobile priced under 100 bucks.
Announced in November the Samsung Galaxy J3 is joining Sprint’s prepaid subsidiaries, Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile. Stuffed with essentials the phone allows its users to do everything they need or want to do on the go, from connecting with friends and family through surfing the net to end on gaming and watching movies. Strongly resembling the Galaxy S6 in terms of external appearance the phone seems to be a nice alternative to all those of you searching for a budget-friendly good looker. Packed with pretty decent specs the Galaxy J3 may now be yours for $179.99 and no strings attached.
Consumer Electronic Sow 2016 hasn’t officially begun yet, but as it always happens, many manufacturers unveil their products in the days preceding the event. And it’s a good thing that they do it, because in the heat of presentations and press conferences some devices might not get all the attention they deserve. One of the manufacturers which didn’t wait until the official opening is LG. The Korean company just announced the LG K7 and LG K10 smartphones, and the good news is that one of them will be coming to the US market via Boost Mobile.
Many people believe that the price of a phone is what determines its quality. Of course, there is some truth in it, because the better the components, the more they cost. However, long gone are the times when a cheap phone equaled disappointing performance. More and more devices offer quite good experience at a budget-friendly price. One example is the 5-inch ZTE Prestige which just made its way to Boost Mobile with a very compelling price and decent set of specs.
It seems that recently smartphone makers have been focusing on the lower end sector of the market. It may have something to do with carriers moving away from contracts, holiday season coming up or it may be a pure coincidence, but the fact remains that lately a significant number of affordable Android smartphones has been launched. Earlier today, three new devices made their way to the market through Sprint and landed on the carrier’s pre-paid brands Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile.
If you are in the market for a decent yet affordable smartphone and don’t want to get stuck with contract for two years, you might want to check out Boost Mobile offer. The carrier together with Chinese manufacturer ZTE announced the availability of the latest addition to the Warp series called Warp Elite which brings notable upgrades over the Warp Sync to the table. The phone is now on sale via Boost Mobile and can be had for just $179.99 off-contact.
Sprint and Alcatel announced two new Android phones for Boost Mobile called the OneTouch Conquest and Elevate
Sprint has just announced two new Android phones heading to Boost Mobile prepaid carrier, the OneTouch Conquest and the OneTouch Elevate. Created in partnership with Alcatel, both handsets are budget-friendly offerings delivering Android Lollipop experience and 4G LTE connectivity at low prices proving that you don’t need to be rich as Croesus to get a decent smartphone.
If you want to get yourself a decent Android phablet without harming your holiday budget, Boost Mobile has just prepared an offer you may be interested in. Released this week by ZTE, the Boost Max+ smartphone features a massive 5.7-inch screen powered by a huge battery. Yesterday the handset hit Boost Mobile online store with an attractive low price of $199.99 without contract.
Expanding its budget sector line-up Boost Mobile added today two new affordable Android phones to its pre-paid offer, the LG Tribute 2 and LG Volt 2. Being an update to the last year’s models, both smartphones come with a slightly improved hardware and Android 5.1 Lollipop out of box. If you happen to look for a pretty capable device that won’t break the bank, stay with us since the Tribute 2 or Volt 2 may be exactly what you’re looking for.
The LG G Stylo was unveiled almost a month ago, on April 21st to be more exact, in Korea. At the time of its announcement it was speculated that the phablet could be destined only for the Korean market as no information regarding launch in other countries was provided. It turns out, however, that LG is not going to limit the phone’s availability to Asia. In fact, the LG G Stylo for Boost Mobile prepaid service is already for sale. The phablet costs $199.99 and, like other Boost Mobile phones, doesn’t require a contract.
At the end of February Motorola has made official a follow-up to its very affordable and successful Moto E smartphone. Called simply Moto E 2nd Generation, the phone arrived in the US a couple of days ago, however, it could be purchased only SIM-lock free model directly from manufacturer’s online store. Starting today, customers will have more options to grab the device on CDMA network as it’s now available for Boost Mobile and Sprint Prepaid customers.
Just as promised some time ago, Sprint’s contract-free subsidiary Boost Mobile has started selling the Samsung Galaxy Prevail LTE Android smartphone. Resembling the well-known rounded body shape of Galaxy S III design, the handset is now available from the carrier’s online store labeled with the price tag of $129.99. If you feel like interested in this budget sector 4G LTE-capable phone, let’s take a close-up at the offer.
Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile are keeping their word and recently added the promised Nokia Lumia 635 to their list of offerings. This is the very first phone running Windows Phone 8.1 that is launched on Sprint network and the first Lumia handset to be available for the carrier’s prepaid users. If you are the Boost Mobile or Virgin Mobile customer planning to get yourself affordable Windows smartphone, you may feel interested in the new deal, so let’s check its details.
Boost Mobile has just announced the ZTE Speed joining their prepaid smartphones lineup. The mentioned handset is a new Android-based smartphone sporting a 4.6-inch display, 5-megapixel camera and 4G LTE connectivity. Belonging to mid-range league the Speed comes with quite affordable price tag and can be yours for $99 without long-term contract. So far, the phone is available exclusively as the prepaid carrier’s online offer, but it is scheduled to hit the Boost Mobile retailer stores in January 2015.
Sprint has just announced that Nokia Lumia 635 Windows Phone will be soon joining its list of offerings. The Microsoft phone will be available to both, Sprint and its prepaid service providers, Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile, with the last two starting to sell the phone next week on December 23. As for the post-paid Sprint customers, they will be able to put their hands on the handset on January 16th.
Sprint’s prepaid subsidiary Boost Mobile announced adding the Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to their list of offerings. Both smartphones will be available starting from October 17th, which makes Boost Mobile the first prepaid carrier to sell the freshest phones from Apple. The same happened in 2013, when the company started to offer iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S. What’s even more interesting, Boost Mobile will sell the latest iPhones with $100 discount. Feel interested in further details? Let’s take a closer look at the offer.
What a better way to celebrate new partnership than to release a new smartphone? Probably there isn’t one and that’s what Sprint, Sharp and Japanese company Softbank thought when they set to work on the Sharp Aquos Crystal smartphone. The device was announced back in August and now is starting to make its way to stores. Prepaid Sprint and Boost Mobile have just begun selling the phone for $149.99 without contract.
There was never any doubt that US four biggest service providers, that is AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile will offer the new iPhones almost immediately after they were unveiled. Pre-paid carriers like Boost Mobile, however, are a different story. While it’s not unusual at all for pre-paid networks to add the most premium phones to their portfolio, it often happens with significant delay. Not this time, though. On Tuesday Boost Mobile officially confirmed that will soon sell the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.