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hate these damn family plans and promotions

phonefreak87

Mar 3, 2016, 11:04 AM
these promotions that boost keeps running are getting old i work at one of the authorized retailers for 2 years and this is how long boost has been doing these types of promotions. this is getting so old free phones on prepaid should never exist people should relize they have to pay full retail for the phones. Maybe Boost Mobile aka Sprint should work on byod especially for the nexus devices still cant activate one on Boost mobile at all.
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MobileStyle

Mar 3, 2016, 4:18 PM
You work for a Boost dealer but don't seem to realize that the Nexus phones are GSM, and Boost is a CDMA carrier ? That's never going to happen unless Sprint get's bought by TMo or ATT, because Google isn't going to make a CDMA phone. Maybe it could happen in 5 years or so, when carriers start deploying 5G, and shut down their CDMA and HSPA networks, leaving only LTE and 5G.

Anyway, it's still a stupid promo, because MetroPCS offers UNLIMITED 4G LTE for $60/mo and also has a $50 port in credit right now. Why deal with Boost's crappy service for 10GB when you could have unlimited for the same price somewhere else.
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phonefreak87

Mar 3, 2016, 4:24 PM
Nexus phones a now GSM and CDMA capable that is why you can activate them on Sprint and Verizon look up the specs for them sounds like you don't know what your talking about. And actually I get truly unlimited data for 60 on Boost
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mxmarcus

Mar 7, 2016, 7:26 AM
The current Nexus phones (5, 6, 6P & 5X) work on all networks including Sprint. I used 5 and 6 on Sprint, so it should not be a problem on Boost
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