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Deal: Samsung Seek Prepaid Touchscreen QWERTY $9.99 at Boost Mobile

Boostmobile.com is closing out the Samsung Seek for $9.99 with free shipping, while supplies last. The Seek is a touchscreen feature phone with a slide out QWERTY keyboard. Boost was selling it for $79.99 up until about a month ago.

The Seek has been around since 2010 and gets mediocre user reviews but it's still a lot of phone for the money. It would make a good choice as a child's first phone or for anyone looking for an inexpensive replacement or spare Boost phone. It can be used on any Boost plan from Pay As You Go to Unlimited.

Samsung Seek Specs:

  • Screen: 2.6" 240 x 320 px resistive touchscreen
  • Camera: 1 MP, fixed focus, no flash, no video capability
  • Media: MP3 Music Player, no video playback
  • Connectivity: Bluetooth 2.1, micro USB, 3.5 mm headphone jack
  • External storage: Supports micro-SDS cards up to 32 GB
  • Network: 800/1900 Mhz CDMA and 1xRTT (not 3G)
  • Battery 1000 maH, 5.8 hours talk time
  • Dimensions: 4.1 x 2.1 x 0.6" (105 x 53 x 15 mm)
  • Weight 3.85 oz (109 gm)

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  1. missed it. darn

  2. this is what more carriers should do instead of just ending the phone and not selling it anymore put a deep discount on the phone and sell out the remaining inventory. i know this phone ain't all that but for ten bucks it will sell. you would think sprint/nextel would do more of these deals for boost iden customers seeing as by this time next year iden will be no more. i had two iden phones on pay as you go i used just for walkie talkie but i ported one iden line to t-mobile pay as you go last month and i am going to port the other iden line to t-mobile pay as you go next month before the boost bill is due. my main line is t-mobile monthly 4g i will just use these other two lines as extra. but i have heard as it gets closer to the iden complete shutdown that they will offer boost customers deals to switch to cdma just like their doing with sprint iden customers. but i rather put all on t-mobile and sell the iden boost phones before people realize its going out of business so i won't be stuck with the phones i already so one boost iden phone and the next one i will sell next month. a lot of people still have no idea iden is shutting down for good so now its best to get rid of iden before people find out. thank god for craigslist.

    1. I managed to get two dozen of these phones from Boost before they sold out. Instead of switching to T-Mobile you should consider Simple Mobile unlimited for $40. Its simply T-Mobile on a non contract bases.

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