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Boost Mobile Motorola XPRT $99.99 - Available Now


Wow, the Motorola XPRT, midrange Android QWERTY slab phone, ala Blackberry, is now avaailable at BoostMobile.com. It's priced at $99.99, but for a limited time you can get it for $79.99, $20 off, by using promo code ANDROID20. Update the $20 off promotion has ended but this phone is still a great deal at $99.99.

Although physically similar to Boost's Samsung Replenish, which sells for the same price, the XPRT is a much more powerful and likely better made phone with a larger, higher screen, longer battery life, faster processor and a much better camera. 

Full specifications:

  • CPU: 1 Ghz TI OMAP
  • Display:3.1-in. HVGA (320 x 480)
  • Networks:800/1900 CDMA EVDO Rev. A, 850/900/1800/1900 GSM, 850/1900/2100 WCDMA (World Phone)
  • Camera: 5MP with autofocus, dual LED flash and DVD quality (480p) video capture at up to 30 fps
  • Sensors: Proximity, ambient light and eCompass
  • Storage Memory: 2 GB on board, 2 GB microSD pre-installed support for up to 32 GB microSD
  • Battery: 1860 mAh, up to 9 hrs talk time, 380 hours standby
  • Software: Android 2.3 OS, Adobe Flash Player 10, Microsoft Exchange email client
  • Wi-Fi 802.11 b,g,n
  • Bluetooth: Stereo Bluetooth Class 2, Version 2.1 + EDR (support profiles, A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HID, HSP, OPP, PBAP).
  • Size, Weight: 60.9 x 120.4 x 12.95 mm, 145 grams

If you like this style of phone, which sacrifices a bit of screen size for an always available QWERTY keyboard, the XPRT which sold for $399.99 when it launched on Sprint a year ago is an unbeatable deal

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  1. "World Phone", wonder if they will unlock the device so you can use it abroad or domestically with a GSM carrier. Good price too.

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    1. If might even come unlocked for non-US networks, the Sprint version of the XPRT is.

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    2. Once you go abroad you can find carriers that will unlock it for you and for a lot cheaper than in the U.S.

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  2. 2 GB internal storage, raw hardware
    993 MB internal storage, available to user

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  3. Sorry wrong source of info.

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  4. I would rather buy the Motorola Droid Pro, Which is the same as this phone except runs on Verizon's 3G network, and go with Page Plus for the same price each month as Boost Mobile. But we all know Verizon wipes the floor up with Sprint's service. Cause Sprint SUCKS ASS

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    1. One reason that kills Page Plus is their very stingy data plan. I had PP and their BYOD (bring your own device) is a total crap shoot on what phone works, getting all features to work can be difficult, auto pay system that is frustratingly flawed, $55. plan capped at 2GB, clueless C/S reps, and NO shrinkage plan like Boost where the $55. goes to $40. after 18 months. Of course the upside with PP is the strong VZ network. That said, Sprint's new network is supposedly right around the corner for 4G speeds. Btw, in N. California, the Sprint network is stronger in many areas than At&t and T-Mo..no complaints.

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    2. I agree that Sprint coverage in Northern California is excellent and data speeds are decent. But in many places around the country it's not so good.

      I recently drove from San Francisco to Salt Lake City via I-80. Our Page Plus and T-Mobile prepaid phones had coverage almost the entire trip. My Boost phone had no coverage from just east of Reno until shortly before Salt Lake. That's no coverage across almost the entire state of Nevada along a very busy highway.

      I wouldn't call Page Plus' 2 GB for $55 stingy, that's more than you get from Verizon, AT&T or any AT&T MVNO. Boost gives you more data for less money but also much less coverage.

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  5. Same price? Is the Droid Pro also a "World" phone? Please post the details of where the phone can be had. Thanks

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    1. The Droid Pro is also a world phone. You can buy a new one from Verizion for about $400 or on Ebay for about $100 (used) to $200 ("new"). Sean was referring to the monthly plan price being the same, not the price of the phone.

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  6. Are there any phones this style that can be used with pageplus? Thanks!

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    1. The Motorola Droid Pro is virtually identical to the XPRT.

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