Discussion in 'Boost Mobile' started by sortoh85, Aug 2, 2013.
I have not seen a Motorola branded smart phone available from Boost, but I may have missed one.
I would be more excited if the Nexus 5 made it to Boost.
Boost did sell the Motorola XPRT but that was short lived. Pretty much getting rid of older Sprint stock. But with Google at the helm of Motorola I'm expecting to see some serious restructuring throughout the company. Google has been selling their tablets at little to no profits in order to get a better foot hold in the tablet market. I expect a similar strategy, maybe not in the short term but soon.
The Moto X will not be coming to Boost anytime in the next 60 days. I can assure you of that 100%. The only prepaid company that is rumored to be getting it is Cricket, and that's because of their ties with the contract companies are closer than others.
Republic Wireless is getting it in a few weeks.
Ting cell phone service has had the Moto X since last week.
I would like to see Boost get the note 2......if that ever happens they will be on the Note 5 by the time it was released lol
Until Sprint stops seeing us as their sibling whom they have to compete with, we will never get any flagship devices anytime close to release.
They always keep us from having a competitive edge. Like how they did away with full unlimited data. How they never allow us newer model phones. Heck, even how they train their Sprint employees to avoid mentioning any association with us.
Until Dan Hess realizes that we could be a valuable asset and shouldn't be disregarded, we will always be a step behind competition. I'm hoping Soft Bank will push some changes down that ladder. I've got my hopes!
I'm sorry, we don't have unlimited data anymore?
As I understand it. Yes, we have unlimited data. But it is now throttled to a lower speed after 2.5 GB of use in a current month.
Boost going to mess up as usual with the moto x . Cant wait to see what they can screw up
It goes down to 256K after throttling. Dial up speed.
I believe dialup was 56k. But the 256k is my unthrottled 3g speed. Lol ! I'm on the fence for jumping ship