Boost and Virgin to Sell Samsung Galaxy S5, Too
Feb 28, 2014, 1:13 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile USA today both announced plans to sell the Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone. Both companies, which are owned and operated by Sprint, said the GS5 will be compatible with Sprint's Spark LTE service. Pricing was not discussed, but the prepaid carriers said the GS5 will arrive during the second quarter with contract-free, flexible service options.
source: Boost Mobile / Virgin Mobile
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