Discussion in 'Boost Mobile' started by k28king1, Jul 30, 2012.
I have moved this into the Boost forum for further discussion.
Saw a similar article couple weeks ago, 2 other mid-range Androids are also in the works.
The S2 is probably going to pry me away from my beloved Prevail, ** sniff **.
A co- worker of mine has the sprint s2, another has the s3. The s3 in my opinion is fugly. I like the s2 and for what I will use t for it will be great! Anyways rooted and rom'ed that phone will fly. Gonna get it if it doesn't break the bank.
Damnit! and i just bought the HTC...
Who did you buy it through? If you bought it at a RadioShack, I believe they have a thirty day return policy, just keep it in a case with a screen protector just to be safe. If you're short on money, there are some really cheap ones on amazon with protectors. Some of them, you can get free shipping if you sign up for a free trial of Amazon Prime, or if you already have it, just look for those with free shipping. Cheap investment if the phones will be out soon enough. I'm keeping an eye on that press event on the 22nd, to see if I need to return my phone and wait for a better one.
Well actually it's way passed a month since I bought it lol, and I bought it at a Boost store.
Me too. I love it though, but Man..
Today's the day. Samsung and Boost should make their announcement by 8-9pm EST cant wait!!
I heard that the event is at 6:30 in NY
I misread the other thread: the announcement is by Boost, Virgin and Samsung.
Kinda narrows down the possibilities.
Well if its still the S II Epic 4G Touch you're interested in, it seems that's the most speculated device. I posted a thread, but it looks like 2 or 3 devices might be announced for Boost, as well as the iPhone.
Yes but the iPhone wont be announced at that conference Samsung is there
I am psyched tho, been waiting for some Boost love to consider a new handset.
A Samsung device with the Epic Touch specs for a reasonable price would be sweet.
Sept 6 at $370
Samsung Media Center
If you buy this phone from the online boost store do you have to pay sales tax? Thanks.
Most likely, I think most states have a Boost store somewhere just like BestBuy.
With Amazon, Tiger Direct, and other sources there is bound to be an outlet with no tax and free shipping.