Sprint Adds eGift Card to Mobile Wallet Products
Dec 3, 2014, 11:08 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Sprint today said its Boost Mobile and Sprint customers can now purchase eGift cards directly from their smartphones. Sprint added support for eGift cards to the Boost Mobile Wallet and the Sprint Money Express apps. Both apps already let Boost and Sprint customers manage checks, money transfers, payments, and cash from their device. Now, consumers can buy eGift cards from retailers such as Amazon, Babies 'R' Us, JCPenney, and others. eGift cards are sent to recipients via email with personalized messages from the sender. Boost Mobile Wallet and Sprint Money Express are free to download and use. The new functionality will be added to the app through an over-the-air update. Boost Mobile Wallet works on Android and iOS devices, but Sprint Money Express only works on Android.
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