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Both Virgin Mobile and Boost Mobile are now selling new three Android smartphones $150 or less. Whereas some of the models may have been previously announced or offered through one of the
Virgin Mobile USA has revealed a new feature for its prepaid plans which lets customers stream music without having it impact the data plan. Dubbed “data-free” streaming, it allows for unlimited access Pandora,
Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile began today offering new data add-on packages for subscribers to purchase à la carte. Available in $5 and $10 options, the bundles provide 3G and 4G
Sprint on Monday announced a pair of LG smartphones for its Sprint Prepaid and Virgin Mobile brands. The LG Tribute 2 and the LG Tribute Duo share a number of hardware
Virgin Mobile on Friday closed off the business week by announcing improved rate plans for its Data Done Right plans. Offered exclusively at Walmart, the offerings take place starting May
Sprint on Friday announced the Moto E (2015) is being offered across its prepaid brands for a mere $99 without contract. Available immediately, the phone is offered at Boost Mobile
In addition to announcing new shared data plans, Virgin Mobile today introduced its Android phone, the Samsung Galaxy Core Prime. Arriving tomorrow, January 17, the $130 handset features a 4.5-inch
Exclusive to customers who purchase through Walmart, the plans are a first of its kind for no-contract carriers Virgin Mobile on Friday announced new rate plans for customers looking to
Both of Sprint’s prepaid brands, Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile, have outlined their respective plans for the Black Friday shopping season. Taking both in as a whole we see savings of
AndroidGuys recently brought you news of the new LG Tribute that just launched on Virgin Mobile. In addition to, and available with, the new device comes some new pricing plans.
LG’s latest budget friendly device is now available at Virgin Mobile. Introducing the LG Tribute, an Android powered device available for just $79.99 with prepaid plans. For an entry-level smartphone, the
Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile on Tuesday confirmed the arrival of the $99 no-contract HTC Desire 510. Powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core Snapdragon 400 processor, the smartphone features a 4.7-inch
Sprint on Tuesday announced the upcoming arrival of the entry-level HTC Desire 510. Priced $199 outright, qualified Easy Pay can spread the cost out over 24 equal payments of $8.34
Now that the new Moto X is official and no longer rumor it’s time to look at which carriers are in line to offer the device. We swung by the Motorola
The mid-range device is also coming to Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile Sprint on Tuesday announced the upcoming availability of the Sharp AQUOS Crystal, an Android-powered smartphone with mid-level hardware.