Virgin Mobile, Boost Mobile call up Galaxy S5
With the recent announcement of the Galaxy S5, many carriers have already offered up their intentions to carry Samsung’s new flagship. If you’re looking for a no-contract option for your next phone, you may want to head to Boost Mobile or Virgin Mobile to pick it up.
Both Boost and Virgin Mobile will offer the phone in Q2 of this year, and pricing information is yet to be released for either carrier.
Since Q1 ends at the end of March, we will likely see the phone on Boost and Virgin soon after that. Post-paid carriers usually receive flagship phones before pre-paid carriers, so it will most likely be some time after the April release date.
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