There are many opinions that there’s iPhone and there’s everything else. If you do share this view then you will surely be glad to know that Virgin Mobile announced today a brand new deal for all iPhone buffs. Those looking for a great bargain on the iPhone will be soon able to buy the Apple’s handsets along with an unlimited plan for as little as $1 per month.
The mobile industry is known for fierce competition at both the top and bottom end devices. However, despite of the entire spot light taken by the flagship smartphones, the bottom end is the one experiencing the biggest rivalry. Each day we see masses of new interesting offerings being launched to the market. Except for really competitive price tags these phones feature continually increasing specs. Released today ZTE Prestige 2 for Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile is no exception here. This 5-inch Android phone comes with a package of decent hardware and low price.
Introduced at CES 2017 the LG Stylo 3 ports to Sprint’s prepaid brands. The carrier has just announced to add the phone to its list of offerings expanding its prepaid affordable portfolio. The device offers a spacious screen, Android Nougat experience and a convenient pen-enabled input. All these may be yours for less than $200 if you port to Boost Mobile or Virgin Mobile.
Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile announced today that they’re expanding their list of offerings by another pocket-friendly Android device. Launched by LG the Tribute HD is a small leap forward in comparison to the released earlier this year Tribute 5 as it comes with an improved screen panel, faster processor and better optics. Starting today the phone is within your reach via Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile websites for $79 and $99, respectively.
Following many months of waiting with anticipation fueled by numerous leaks and rumors, last week Apple finally unveiled its latest iPhone – the iPhone 7. Luckily for potential buyers, the manufacturer didn’t make us wait much longer for the launch. All US major carriers are already accepting pre-orders and both models will start shipping and will be available for sale in stores this Friday, September 16. What about pre-paid carriers? They will be offering the iPhone 7 too. Sprint revealed that its MVNOs, Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile, have pre-sale scheduled for September 23.
Long time, no see. It’s been a while since Alcatel released a new smartphone at least when it comes to Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile prepaid carriers. The manufacturer, which specializes in affordable yet pretty decent phones, hasn’t been very active recently. If you were wondering when the company would launch a new smartphone, the answer is today. Called Alcatel Dawn, the handset is now available in Boost and Virgin Mobile stores priced at just $69.99 without any long term contracts.
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
Prepaid service sector becomes more and more competitive market. No wonder then that prepaid carriers rival with each other to deliver the most attractive offer constantly increasing data allotment or throwing in international calling. Joining the race Virgin Mobile announced today a bunch of a brand new unlimited plans providing more data for less. The changes refer to plans with 500MB, 4GB and 6GB.
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.
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.
The first decision a future smartphone owner has to make is whether to choose prepaid or postpaid service. Each option has its pros and cons and we already discussed them in one of our earlier articles. It’s a well-known fact that prepaid carriers result in significant savings; however, cheaper plans often come at the cost of speed. Let’s compare speed test results for the largest prepaid carries and see which one is your best bet for fast internet.
LG Tribute 2 and Tribute Duo coming to Virgin Mobile and Sprint Prepaid service priced $99 without contract
For the most part we focus on high-end phones in our posts, but in fact they are outnumbered by more modest devices. The thing is, though, that these less advanced phones usually don’t get so much attention. And it’s a shame, really, since some of them are pretty interesting offerings, especially if you consider price to specs ratio. If you are looking for an affordable smartphone with decent hardware and up-to-date software, you may want to check out Sprint Prepaid and Virgin Mobile offer – the LG Tribute 2 and Tribute Duo are coming to their service right this moment.
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.
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.
Only two days left to the busiest shopping day of the year. So, having Black Friday at our fingertips, this time we are checking out the special offer of the Sprint’s no-contract subsidiaries. Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile prepared some big sales for this special shopping fest, including savings rating from $20 up to even $100. It’s not the end of surprises since what’s even more interesting Sprint unveiled Cyber Monday prepaid phones promos at the same time just as well.
Most manufacturers waited until IFA to announced their new phones in order to make sure that the products would receive a proper amount of attention. LG, however, followed a different strategy and unveiled a pair of new lower mid-range phones in late October. One of the phones, the LG L Fino, has just arrived to Virgin Mobile prepaid service in a slightly modified form as the LG Tribute. The handset can be had for just $79.99 on a prepaid plan with no contract, free shipping and free activation.
For the obvious reason of being one of the best devices released so far this year, the HTC One M8 receives far more attention than other HTC smartphones, but it doesn’t mean that the company cares only about its most demanding customers. The Desire lineup, which is aimed at mid-tier users, has two new members too, the Desire 610 and 816. Both phones went official way back in February at MWC and HTC sure didn’t hurry in bringing them to our motherland. The wait is finally over, though, and both are available for purchase in the US.
If you are looking for a low cost smartphone plan, make sure to check Virgin Mobile’s new offer today. The carrier has just launched a new $25 plan that includes unlimited talk and text service and can be paired with select Android smartphones. As always, there are a few requirements that potential customers need to meet in order to be able to take advantage of the plan, so here’s what you should know before you hop on Virgin Mobile’s unlimited talk & text plan.
It’s been a long wait but finally, three months after it was announced, the Samsung Galaxy S5 arrived at Virgin Mobile. The phone is now for sale via carrier’s online store for $599.99. Being a prepaid carrier, Virgin Mobile doesn’t require contracts. The most obvious advantage is that you won’t have to sign any lengthy agreements, however, no contract also means no subsidy, so what you are paying for the device is its full retail price.