- Samsung Epic 4G Touch (Sprint's name for the Galaxy S II)
- LG Rumor Touch
- LG Optimus S
- HTC Evo 3D
- Samsung Galaxy S III (16 GB)
LG: Lotus Elite, LX370, 260, Lotus, Rumor 2
Samsung: Exclaim, Instinct M800, Instinct s30, Intercept, Moment, Reclaim, Rant, Seek, SPH-M220, SPH-M240, SPH-M320, SPH-M330, SPH-M360, SPH-M520
Sanyo: Incognito, Innuendo, Restore, SCP-2700, SCP-3200, SCP-3800, SCP-3810, Taho.
The inclusion of some relatively modern Android phones that like the two year old Galaxy S III makes the Boost BYOSD program slightly less of a joke. But I really don't understand why Sprint limits Boost BYOSD more severely than it does with Sprint MVNOs which are allowed to activate vany clean-ESN Sprint phone except BlackBerrys, Palm and Push To Talk devices and phones released in the last 12 months. The policy drives away potential customers and hurts independent Boost dealers. You'd think that Sprint would rather have BYOSD customers on their presumably higher-margin in-house Boost brand than on an MVNO.
Related: Prepaid Operator Profile: Boost Mobile