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On today's Pocketnow Daily, we talk about China's new ban to countries that have attacked Huawei, iPhone XIR design and more.
According to unnamed sources, Amazon would be interested in buying Boost Mobile from T-Mobile and Sprint, as well as any divested wireless spectrum.
The company basically pledges all the plans that are available right now on Sprint, T-Mobile or their subsidiaries will still exist for 3 years.
Already cheap enough at a suggested retail price of $60, those who are in need for a new phone cheap and fast can get one at Boost Mobile.
Prepaid customers have the disadvantage of having to pay all $350 of the Galaxy A6's price tag at once, but there's a lucky discount in it.
Sprint will be sub-letting space within more Walgreens drugstores to bolster its retail presence in two metropolitan areas.
Priced at $230 and up, the 5.5-inch Samsung Galaxy J7 Refine supports Bixby Vision assistance, while the lower-cost 5-inch J3 Achieve does not.
Nearly seven years later, we may finally have reached the end of this argument between two bickering tech giants. That and a really big phone this week on our show!
He sees the merger as a crisis and an opportunity to protect the prepaid wireless market from data price gouging and reduction of choice.
We now have all the details on where you can get the latest and greatest Motorola mid-ranger Android phones in your locality.
This week, we're talking about a new flagship phone from LG, Xiaomi's bright future, and the uphill for Sprint and T-Mobile.
MetroPCS, Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile would come under the T-Mobile ownership umbrella and would have a combined 54 percent of the prepaid market.
Customer satisfaction is at an all-time high for both T-Mobile and flagship prepaid sub-brand MetroPCS, according to the latest J.D. Power research.
There's no merger with T-Mobile to come, so Sprint has to pull up its bootstraps and raise prices to get more A-game out of its network.
Up for pre-order from Apple and major US carriers, the highly anticipated iPhone X is also coming soon to minor operators Virgin and Boost Mobile.
And customers have a choice of three Android devices per line they can pick up for free. It's fisticuffs with MetroPCS for the holidays.
Boost Mobile's $130 ZTE Blade Force sees daylight today as the most affordable HPUE-capable smartphone yet.
Surviving on a phone at this price level on Boost Mobile is kinda tough but ZTE's basic Android software is pretty tolerable.
The Sprint prepaid carrier is pulling a T-Mobile... or, to be more correct, a MetroPCS. Yep, way more correct. And there's free money to be had.
Boost Mobile's "Unlimited Gigs" are still $50 a month for a single user, but the second, third, fourth and fifth service line only cost $25 each.
The mid-range is also on Sprint's prepaid operation, Boost Mobile, for a one-time payment of $79.99 — an introductory discount of $20.
Doing the math, the Sprint-owned prepaid carrier is offering savings if you bring over at least three lines. You'll also get free phones.
T-Mobile ONE wraps in a feature called KickBack that customers have to opt for. Even with that, using less than 2GB costs $60 a month.