The ZTE Iconic Phablet has now arrived to the United States via Boost Mobile, rocking a new name. The handset has been rebranded as the Boost Max.
Today seems to be an active day for Moto’s latest darling, the Moto G. Set to hit Boost mobile on January 20th at an aggressive price of $129 on Boost’s no-contract $55-a-month plan, it could be a good option for some. Other goodies include 50GB of Google Drive space, and an Android 4.4 KitKat upgrade set to come ‘soon’. Will you be picking one up? Can any manufacturer beat this price to quality ratio?
Verizon and Boost Mobile have both separately confirmed their plans for the Moto G. Verizon will offer the handset online on January 9th for $99.99, and Boost Mobile will release the Moto G for $129 on the 14th.
The Samsung Galaxy S3 is now available on one of Sprint’s subsidiary networks, Virgin Mobile USA. Curious to know more? Read on to find out!
It looks like Samsung’s Galaxy S3 isn’t dead just yet, as it’s hitting Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile in June. Excited to know more? Read on to find out?
The Kyocera Hydro Edge and Hydro XTRM, the successors to last year’s Hydro, have been officially unveiled at the CTIA 2013 show in Las Vegas. Read on for more details!
According to a new rumor, the mid-range LG Optimus F7 be on its way over to the U.S. prepaid carrier Boost Mobile sometime in the near future.
Looking for an affordable LTE phone? You can grab the HTC One SV and ZTE Force off-contract on Boost Mobile soon for $300 and $200, respectively.
Sprint’s upcoming Sprint As You Go prepaid service is rumored to launch on January 25. But is it competitive enough, compared with other prepaid offerings?
There’s bad news if you’re a heavy usage 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.