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.
We heard about Sprint’s plan to bring several LTE devices to its prepaid subsidiaries, Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile, last month. We now have more information about the Boost-bound HTC One SV and the ZTE Force.
While we all welcomed last week’s rumor that Sprint’s LTE speeds were headed to a number of prepaid phones on Boost and Virgin Mobile, we couldn’t help but be cautious and take the info with a pinch of salt – after all, it was just unconfirmed speculation.
Great news for those looking for pay-as-you go service in the United States, Sprint is preparing to bring 4G LTE to its prepaid subsidiaries. While Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile already offer 4G WiMAX, LTE is considerably faster and more reliable in most cases.
The Galaxy S2 is Samsung’s 2011 flagship device, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad choice for smartphone buyers.
Yes, folks, we continue to explore Black Friday Android deals for you, and today we’re going to check out Walmart’s full ad that was also leaked and made available to the crowds.
There are both legal and illegal ways to change your carrier with CDMA devices. Soon, Boost Mobile may allow new customers to flash their Sprint phones directly to Boost Mobile as part of a future promotion. It has not been verified yet, so proceed with the appropriate skepticism.
Last week we reported on the rumored LG Venice coming to Boost Mobile. We now have official word that the Venice is in fact launching on October 10th. As previously believed, this is a renamed Optimus L7.
A twitter post from EV Leaks has given us an official photo of a new Boost Mobile phone model, the LG Venice. Well, the name is new at least. The leaked phone model is actually the LG Optimus L7. This is a similar move to what U.S. Cellular and LG did, renaming the L7 as the Splendor.
It usually takes a leaked phone some time to see the light of day, but when the specs aren’t great, manufacturers and carriers skip a few hype-building marketing steps. Therefore, we should not be too surprised to see Boost Mobile’s pretty modest ZTE Warp Sequent handheld already up for grabs, just ten days after its first online leaked appearance.