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Get a Free 4G LTE Phone When You Switch to Boost Mobile

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Boost Mobile today is giving you better reasons why you need to switch to their network today! The US carrier has partnered with RadioShack in offering an exclusive deal that you'll find hard to resist. When you switch to Boost Mobile, you can get a free 4G LTE device or up to $100 off! This is great news, especially if you've been considering getting an upgrade on the smartphone that you're using as your daily driver. Check out some of these devices that you just might get your hands on:

First of all, there's the Samsung Galaxy Prevail 2. It comes with a 4-inch display with a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels and 233ppi index. Powering the phone from within is a 1.4GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S2 processor with 512MB of RAM. The internal memory of the device is 4GB with room to expand the memory by up to 64GB through a microSD card. There is an included 5MP rear-facing camera and a 1.3MP front-facing sensor. The battery on the back is a Li-Ion 1750mAh battery that helps it last up to 8 hours of talk time. Upon release, the phone runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS.

The ZTE Prestige is another 4G LTE smartphone available under the exclusive offer. This device is available with a 5-inch display with a 480 x 854 pixel resolution and 196ppi index. It runs on a 1.1GHz quad-core processor with 1GB of RAM, an 8GB on-board storage, and microSD card slot for up to 64GB. The camera on the back is packed with a 5MP sensor and the front has a 2MP camera for taking selfies. The 2300mAh battery is able to last up to 16 hours of talk time. This smartphone operates on Android 5.1 Lollipop OS.

The Motorola Moto E is packed with a 4.5-inch IPS LCD display with a 540 x 960 pixel resolution and 245ppi index. It runs on a 1.2GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor with 1GB of RAM and the Adreno 306 GPU. The built-in storage is at 8GB with a microSD card slot for up to 32GB expansion. The back has a 5MP sensor while the front is home to a 0.3MP VGA camera. The phone comes with a 2390mAh battery and it runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop OS.

There are plenty of other devices available under this exclusive offer. You can take advantage of this offer when you port-in from a non-Sprint operator. The offer expires on January 9, 2016.

Source: RadioShack Facebook





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  1. I'm guessing this only applied to non Sprint, or can someone from Virgin take advantage of this?

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    1. Correct, you have to port from a non-Sprint network operator to get the deal. Ports from Virgin Mobile are not eligible.

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  2. Thanks. It's a shame, though because you would still be switching to Boost no matter where you are coming from.

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  3. I want to know 100 off what phone can you list the phones that you can get 100 off?

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    1. It's $100 off any Boost phone that's priced at $100 or more and is in stock at a Radio Shack Store that's local to you.

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  4. First I'd heard that any Radio Shacks still exist.

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    1. sprint owns radio shack now. walk into my local radio shack and half the store is sprint phones. there is a "sprint" store nearby in the same shopping center area but they are a licensee who cannot handle everything according to the radioshack clerks at the radioshack store. sounds like competitive marketing hype and putdowns.

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  5. This might be the most pitiful offer in prepaid. It should be illegal to sell a device with 512mb ram. What is Sprint doing?

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  6. How's the coverage.

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    1. How's the coverage? If you are looking at the coast to coast picture, you are talking about coverage in only a quarter of the country. This includes poor coverage in most states east of the Mississippi, let alone the example of Montana, the entirely forgotten state, brought up. Yeah, while Sprint entirely ignores Montana, it also only covers a small part of each of such states as New York, Vermont, Michigan, Florida, and Alabama.

      Sprint is a poor choice if you plan to be mobile and go even a few miles away... typically, if you have data coverage in one spot in Sprint, and you want to go a county or two away, you will lose coverage while the plentiful towers of the two better, "ready for prime time", networks laugh from their plentiful towers looming over you. I know from experience: Sprint is a low-grade network, but yes they often have low prices to match this.

      It might be ideal if you plan a non-mobile use (say, a hotspot in your house) and are in the small amount of territory covered by Sprint.

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  7. Nicely done, so now people can get a phone or a discount, without having to deal with dealers and their "fees", that while you get a free phone, it's about the same price as buying a phone with service anyway.

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  8. It's like getting a free Lexus, with the stipulation that you can only drive it on 25mph subdivision streets.

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