First Samsung Slider for Boost Mobile Shows Up

Posted in Samsung by Conner Flynn on July 24th, 2011

It was thought that Samsung’s SPH-M930 would be coming to Sprint as the followup to the mid-range Transform (SPH-M920), but now it looks like this model will be landing at Sprint-Nextel’s prepaid operator Boost Mobile.

This device runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, a 1GHz MSM8655 SoC from Qualcomm, up to an HVGA-resolution display and a camera as low as two megapixels. The M930 has picked up its Bluetooth and Wi-Fi certifications, but hasn’t received FCC approval, so it’s probably still a month or two from release.

Boost Mobile Gets Motorola Clutch + i475 and i412

Posted in Motorola by Conner Flynn on May 16th, 2011

Looking for some new Motorola action on Boost Mobile? Well, Boost Mobile has just that. A pair of new Motorola phones for its pre-paid service. The Clutch + i475 is a candy-bar form factor sporting a QWERTY keyboard, for those of you who like to text. It also has Bluetooth, web access, and email access. The rear camera is VGA resolution and they threw in GPS to sweeten the deal. You can get it right now for $99.99.

Then there’s the i412. A more basic flip phone with a VGA camera, web access, support for Java games, predictive text entry and more.

Boost Mobile gets touchscreen and QWERTY packing Samsung Seek

Posted in Samsung by Shane McGlaun on August 13th, 2010

Boost Mobile is the pre-paid division of Sprint and the company offers several handsets all sans contract. Boost has announced that it is getting its first touchscreen phone with a slide out QWERTY keyboard in a few weeks.

The device is set to hit Boost online on August 25 for $149.99. The handset will also be in retail stores then as well and in other locations by October. The Seek has that slide out QWERTY keyboard we already mentioned and is packed with messaging options.

Boost Mobile unveils Blackberry unlimited monthly plan with Curve 8330

Posted in Mobile Phones by Shane McGlaun on January 26th, 2010

Boost Mobile is a pre paid phone service that uses the Sprint network for 3G data and voice service. The company sells lots of different devices for users to choose from and plans can be purchased that include unlimited data, voice, and texting.

Boost announced today that it is now offering unlimited no contract monthly plans for Blackberry service. Along with the new Blackberry service plan comes the Blackberry Curve 8330 smartphone. The smartphone has the same features as other Blackberry devices.

Boost Mobile gets Motorola Debut handset

Posted in Motorola by Shane McGlaun on September 3rd, 2009

motoroladebut-sbPre-paid handsets are very popular with many consumers thanks to no contracts and lower overall costs for the most part compared to normal cellular plans. The only big drawback is that you typically can’t get the latest and greatest handsets on pre-paid plans.

Boost Mobile has announced that it is getting the PTT Motorola Debut i856 handset on its network and the device is the first PTT slider phone the company has offered. The Debut will be offered on Boost for $169.99 with no contract or hidden fees.

Boost Mobile offering flip Motorola i776

Posted in Mobile Phones by Nino Marchetti on October 6th, 2008

Motorola i776

Boost Mobile unveiled today it latest mobile phone from Motorola. It is the old school looking i776, which you’ll find pricing around $100.

The Motorola i776 is Boost’s smallest flip phone with a digital camera (VGA). It comes compatible with Boost’s walkie-talkie service and is also GPS enabled.

Boost drops rugged Motorola handset into line up

Posted in Mobile Phones by Nino Marchetti on June 4th, 2008

Motorola i335Boost Mobile is introducing to its line up of pay as you go mobile handsets the rugged new Motorola i335. The phone will cost you around $60.

The Motorla i335 is noted for having “military grade” durability and a thin candy bar design with textured backing and a rubber face. It has a walkie-talkie chatting function and also sports Bluetooth.