by Robert Triggs, 6 months ago
There’s bad news if you’re a heavy 4G data consumer with a contact on Boost Mobile. The company is to begin throttling your connection on January 20 if you breach the limits. Even if you…
We’ve heard murmuring about the HTC One SV and the ZTE Force making their way to Boost Mobile since last December. It’s taken them long enough, but Sprint’s prepaid subsidiary has now officially added the LTE-enabled phones on its Android smartphone lineup.
At $299.99, the HTC One SV is the pricier of the two. As for the ZTE Force, also known as the Boost Force, the carrier will be selling the device for $199.99. Naturally, both handsets are offered contract-free. Here’s a quick rundown of their specs.
The two LTE smartphones will be up for grabs from Boost Mobile’s retail stores starting from March 7. If you can’t wait that long, we should point out that Sprint will also be selling the ZTE Force on March 1 for $50 with a contract, which we have to say isn't that attractive of a pricing at all.