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Leaked Document Reveals Pricing and Availability of iPhone 7 Devices on Boost Mobile

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A little over a week ago, Apple announced two of their latest smartphones-- the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. And just like the past iPhone models, people were quick to pre-order their own iPhone from their selected carriers.

Earlier today, a leaked image from a Boost dealer-only newsletter circulated online revealing information about these two new iPhone models. The document also shared the new features available on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, such as a new 12-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 7-megapixel front-facing camera (dual camera for the iPhone 7 Plus), a faster A10 Fusion chip, stereo speakers, Retina HD display, splash and water resistance, and new EarPods with a Lightning connector.

Both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus come in 32GB, 128GB, and 256GB size configurations as well as in Rose Gold, Gold, Silver, Black, and Jet Black color options. The Jet Black model is only available for the 128GB and 256GB variant.

According to the document, the iPhone 7 will start at $549.99 while the iPhone 7 Plus starts at $669.99; both for the 32GB variant. Notably, these prices are $100 cheaper compared to the prices listed on the official Apple Store as well as what other carriers are offering the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The document also details that these two devices will be available online starting Sept. 23, 2016.


Source: Boost Mobile

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  1. A flagship device on a network that is decidedly less so.

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    1. The best phone on the worst network...how ironic...

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  2. iPhones are nice but soooo overpriced.

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    1. Not at all. You get what you pay for, starting with the outstanding camera.

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    2. What to you is not overpriced, to me it may be. Matter of opinion and how much disposable income you have. I guess you are in a better place than me and a lot of my friends.

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  3. I love how people on this site constantly hate on sprint/boost, Funny thing is this is the best deal out there for the new iphone. All other deals out there are 2 year contracts disguised as FREE phones (att/tmobile/sprint/verizon) all give free phones disguised, but in reality are just 2 year contracts, And by the way any boost iphone can be unlocked for other networks for just $12 bucks on ebay. Or go ahead and keep phone and use 10,000 gb of data for just $45 monthly

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    1. Not really the "best deal". Due to the poor Sprint network, you can use a Boost phone in half the places that you could with an iPhone on Verizon or AT&T. And even a smaller area than on T-Mobile.

      And an iPhone with no signal in a lot more places isn't the best.

      These would be a great deal if you could unlock them immediately and use them on an actual good network.

      Also the rest of your claims are dubious. Instant unlock for $12? Mm-kay.

      Ten terabytes per month on a Boost plan? What are you smoking!

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    2. Good factual article from Christine!

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  4. EyeAmNoLongerInfectedSeptember 17, 2016 at 3:16 AM

    MARKETING GIMMICK! Boost's website will show the iPhone 7/7Plus as "Sold Out" for the first couple months until they get a real amount in stock for the Holidays.

    Looking forward to camera reviews/comparisons on YouTube for iPhone 7Plus

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  5. So easy to use a screen name here....Anonymous is all lazy people...

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    1. Anonymity begets honest discourse where ideas are judged on their own merits.

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    2. True, but using a screen name maintains anonymity and makes following threads and responding to comments so much easier.

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    3. "True, but using a screen name maintains anonymity"

      Uh...no it doesn't.

      The point of Anonymous commenting isn't just to hide your real life identity, but also your online one.

      It's a useful tool for getting around lazy thinkers who judge comments by who they're coming from.

      Identities only pollute the integrity of a discussion by making it as much about the participants as it is about their ideas.

      If all you're looking for is a candid back and forth, then names really aren't needed.

      However, if you don't care about ideas or discussion, and you just want to track users' past comments for the sake of policing membership/speech, then identities are the best kind of chilling effect a community could ever hope for.

      As a point of fact, if this blog ever forced identities (a la reddit), I'd stop commenting here altogether.

      I've seen where that sort of thing leads, and literally nothing but pandering ever comes from the comments section of identity-based fiefdoms (a la reddit and Ringplus) where the self-curtailing of (even truthful and honest) speech is an implicit prerequisite for not getting excommunicated by the local thought police.

      Heck, even the fact that this site uses comment moderation for "unwelcome opinions" (as opposed to genuine disruptions like spam and advertising) is already a step in the "socially acceptable" direction.

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  6. Show me a link where its $12 to unlock iphone 7 plus? You just talking out of your loud mouth.

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    1. Or his/her claim that Boost gives you"10,000 gb of data for just $45 monthly. That's 10 terabytes, folks!

      I wonder if it is the same person who recently claimed that Boost plans roam with data coverage on Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT&T.

      Forget the secret $30 T-Mobile plan. The $45 Boost plan that roams onto AT&T and lets me use 10 tb a month.... that's the one for me!

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    2. lol...hey but the phone is solid. Way too much for my needs but hey maybe some day ill make enough money to get one.

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  7. Does anyone know if you can buy an unlocked one at the apple store and file a claim with the Discover price protection for a carrier locked phone like this one?

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    1. Will the Boost phone work on T-Mobile?

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    2. Only it you can get it unlocked somehow.

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  8. Cricket Wireless is getting the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus same day (Sept. 23rd) ... no pricing yet though.

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  9. Probably can get a Domestic sim unlock from Boost after 12 months of paid service...

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  10. That's on the Sprint network, remember. That means 12 months of slow 3G in areas were better services get 4G. Or 12 months of no coverage at all in places covered by other services.

    Pure misery. And you have to be there with the best phone on the market. Sort of like getting a Lexus, but you can't drive it anywhere but inside a parking deck at 5 mph max.

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  11. Sprint is a zombie, already dead but still limping along.

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  12. Why would you buy a $600 phone and lock it to Boost? Why don't they keep the money and improve their network, offer WiFi calling, BYOD, VoLTE, international data, data roaming, etc..

    Do not buy an iPhone from Boost, buy it from Apple unlocked, the $100 savings is not worth it if you decide to leave.

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    1. "Why don't they keep the money and improve their network, offer WiFi calling, BYOD, VoLTE, international data, data roaming, etc.."

      Sprint has terrible judgment.

      They bet everything on merging with T-mobile, all without addressing the real problem.

      The people in charge need to be ousted, otherwise Sprint will continue dying a slow death from managerial incompetence.

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