Boost Mobile shaves $50 off ZTE Warp, now only $199.99

Boost Mobile shaves $50 off ZTE Warp, now only $199.99

Boost Mobile has dropped the price of their most recent Android handset, the ZTE Warp, shaving $50 off the no-contract cost.  Now available for $199.99, the Gingerbread-powered phone features 1 GHz processor, 2GB memory (microSD), a 4.3-inch display, and a 5-megapixel camera.  What’s more, the Warp also offers support for Mobile ID, the special bundles that include targeted niche apps, ringtones, wallpapers, and more.

But wait, there’s more!

 
Any Boost Mobile customers who buys and activates a ZTE Warp with an Android Monthly Unlimited or Daily Unlimited Plan before Nov. 8 at 11:59 p.m. PT will be receive a one-time $55 credit to their Boost Mobile account.  In other words, this is the same as a free month of Android Monthly Unlimited service.

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  1. E Zapata
    November 08, 00:33 Reply

    Today I went to buy the new ZTE Warp android phone from Boost Mobile to the store and they pretty much ripped me off. I paid for the phone (the ZTE Warp) following a promotion of $55 discount credit if this is activated before the 8th. This promotion has been announced in many website including boostmobile twitter, but none of their representative supposedly have any knowledge of it. At the store, the representative replaced my previous Samsung Galaxy Prevail (an android phone). Then all of the sudden when I get home I noticed that they changed my monthly plan to a more expensive one without letting me know and they did not credited me for the $55 promotion. In addition, they changed my billing date to reflect today and pretty much wiped my credit money out of my account that I had already paid for the rest of the month. Now I have a brand new phone and no service. I also wasted my whole only free day from work talking on the phone with boost mobile. No help. Avoid this company!The ZTE Warp also feels very cheap!!! And the default speaker cannot handle regular full volume, the sound distords and the speaker makes a squicky noise as a cheap speaker.

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