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cricKet to get iPhone 4 (flashed)

Yean

Jan 11, 2011, 1:44 PM
Laughing
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cellboothmgr

Jan 11, 2011, 2:31 PM
im hoping boost mobile, haha
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CELLULAR KING

Jan 11, 2011, 2:36 PM
GUYS STOP WISHING AND HOING IT WONT HAPPEN IT WOULD HAPPEN ON PAGEPLUS BEFORE CRICKET AND OR BOOST
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Kayslay34

Jan 11, 2011, 6:48 PM
It cant happen on Boost, lol, BOOST is IDEN not CDMA, sorry.
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Rich Brome

Jan 11, 2011, 6:53 PM
Actually, they're both, and they happen to offer more CDMA than iDEN phones at the moment.
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Kayslay34

Jan 13, 2011, 1:21 PM
Its sad that you as a moderator fail to realize not one sprint full CDMA phone will work on boost.

This is straight from KMS.

Tell the customer that they need a Boost Mobile SIM card and a compatible iDEN phone.
If Sprint iDEN customer, customer can buy a Boost Starter Kit (includes SIM card and $10 in airtime) if their iDEN phone is iDEN Boost prepaid compatible.
If CDMA customer, they need a Boost Mobile iDEN phone.
Phones and starter kits (as well as purchase locations) are available online at boostmobile.com.
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Rich Brome

Jan 13, 2011, 1:31 PM
What are you talking about?

http://boostmobile.com/ »

Right on the front page you can see that Boost offers the Seek, Curve 8530, Rant, Rambler, Balie, Juno, Incognito, and Mirro.

...all of which are CDMA phones. When you go to the phone pages, it clearly says "CDMA Series" or "CDMA X Series" right next to the phone name.
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Kayslay34

Jan 13, 2011, 1:48 PM
They have some of the same phones as Sprint CDMA, but if you take a Sprint Rant and try to work on boost Iden, you cant chirp or DC with them at all. So "BOOST" uses iden but the company sells cheaper cdma phones to use on sprint network with secondary acess. This only happened in 2009. Boost was originally launched in Australia, over Optus, in 2000, and in New Zealand, over Telecom New Zealand, in 2001. Boost it self is not CDMA sprint just Decided to make that change. With Sprint Corporation's purchase of Nextel in 2006, Boost Mobile remained as a wholly owned subsidiary of newly formed Sprint Nextel Corporation. At the end of 2006, Boost launched its Unlimited by Boost Mobile Service on the CDMA network. The service offered unlimited talk...
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trenen

Jan 11, 2011, 7:21 PM
Unless something has changed:

Virgin Mobile/Boost = Sprint

Not Sprint EXACTLY, but it's their network that's used exclusively with those to pre-paid services. In fact, there was a time when Virgin Mobile was sold in Sprint retail stores and I think the same thing has happened with Boost. Might not be the case anymore though.
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CELLULAR KING

Jan 11, 2011, 2:36 PM
BUT THERE IS ALWAYS A CELLULAR GOD
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