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Boost? Cricket? Virgin? How about the phone?


Sep 16, 2011, 10:48 AM
Hey, gang. It's the dude from Texas again, hoping some of you all can help clear up a few things that popped up, ironically, while doing my homework for a new phone.
So here's the deal. I've been with Cricket for 2 years, and notwithstanding some customer care issues(after reading some of y'all's posts, it looks like I'm not alone), I've been pretty satisfied.
I now feel that I'm emotionally and mentally prepared to "graduate" to an Android smartphone. This decision did not come without a lot of introspection and deep thought. My therapist was involved, and she agrees with my decision Eh? .
Okay, enough screwing around. Anyway, I'd like to stay with one of the "no-contract" carriers, preferably Boost Mobile because o...

Sep 16, 2011, 11:57 AM
well about your concern, i just open a prepaid account for my son ad it is from tmob prepaid.. since tmob has the 4g network my son is enjoying his android phone unlimited talk txt and internet for $50.. Data is 100mb 4G and the remaining will still be unlimited but with 2g network.. if you need more data the $70 plan unlimited everything on prepaid will be the best(include5gig of data) Cool

for a phone you can get the HTC Mytouch 4g or the HTC Sensation 4G.. this are the fastest and coolest phone on teh market right now..

and take note since you are not getting a contract you need to buy teh phone for the full retails price..

Sep 17, 2011, 2:49 PM
I believe Virgin Mobile uses Verizon towers, Boost uses Sprint.
Prince Albert

Sep 18, 2011, 12:39 PM
Virgin Mobile & Boost both use Sprint.

Sep 18, 2011, 3:08 PM
Who doesn't Sprint slum their network out to?

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