LG Tribute Dynasty coming soon to Sprint, Boost and Virgin Mobile

A new budget-friendly LG smartphone may soon be debuted by major carrier Sprint, the Tribute Dynasty. Boost and Virgin Mobile will be getting the Android handset as well, probably starting next year.

Nothing is known about the unannounced LG Tribute Dynasty aside from its model number (LG SP200) and the date it’s been approved (October 27). The manual of the smartphone was recently spotted online, otherwise, we wouldn’t even know it exists.

It’s hard to believe that Sprint will introduce the LG Tribute Dynasty in the little time left until New Year’s Eve, so it would be safe to assume …


iPhone X will be available at Boost and Virgin Mobile on November 10


Available to pre-order starting today, October 27, the iPhone X will be
officially launched on November 3. However, only Apple and major carriers
(Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint) will actually release the handset on that
day. Customers wanting to get the iPhone X on Boost Mobile or Virgin Mobile
will have to wait an extra week for it.

 

Both Boost and Virgin Mobile (which are prepaid brands of
Sprint) announced that they’re going to launch the iPhone X on November
10. At Virgin Mobile, Inner Circle
members can pre-order the new Apple phone starting November 3. At Boost Mobile,
orders …

Following customer backlash, Virgin Mobile will continue to sell Android phones until fall 2018

Virgin Mobile, Sprint’s pre-paid carrier, announced back in June that it will become an iPhone-only network operator. Thanks to a partnership with Apple, Virgin Mobile will start selling nothing but iPhones and debut a completely new plan – Inner Circle, which offers unlimited data for $50 a month.

To sweeten the deal, the pre-paid carrier announced two months later that it will start to offer a year of unlimited deal for $1 to all customers who activate their own iPhone and transfer the existing number to the Inner Circle plan.

Well, it appears that Virgin …

iPhone 8 and 8 Plus will be released by Boost and Virgin Mobile on September 29


While Sprint is launching the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus on
September 22 (just like all other major US carriers), if you want to buy the
new handsets from Boost Mobile or Virgin Mobile – Sprint’s two prepaid brands –
you’ll have to wait an extra week to get them.

 

Both Boost and Virgin Mobile will release the two new
iPhones on September 29, likely for the same prices that Apple is asking
(iPhone 8 starting at $699, and iPhone 8 Plus starting at $799).

 

Boost Mobile
is already accepting pre-registrations for the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. For
a limited time, if you pre-register, …

Virgin Mobile adds current iPhone users to Inner Circle, offering one-year of unlimited for $1

Pre-paid carrier Virgin Mobile announced its new iPhone-only plan back in June. Called the Inner Circle, customers purchasing an iPhone from Virgin receive one-year of unlimited talk, text and high-speed data for $1. After the year is up, members of the Inner Circle pay $50 a month to keep the unlimited data plan going. This includes receiving streaming video at 480p (DVD quality), and streaming music at a rate up to 500 kbps. Cloud gaming streams at 2 mbps. During periods of heavy traffic, these speeds can be throttled. 

Today, Virgin is extending the offer to include customers of …

Virgin Mobile to sell the iPhone only; first year of $50 Inner Circle unlimited plan is $1

Pre-paid carrier Virgin Mobile, owned by Sprint, is making it easier for its subscribers to decide which phone to buy. Starting on June 27th, Virgin Mobile will sell the Apple iPhone only. Prices range from $279 for the 32GB Apple iPhone SE, to $969 for the 256GB Apple iPhone 7 Plus. Virgin will also sell the 32GB Apple iPhone 6 for $319. Orders placed today will ship on June 27th.

In addition, new Virgin Mobile subscribers who buy an iPhone, and existing customers who pay to upgrade, can receive the first year of unlimited service for just $1. That plan, called the Inner Circle, is normally …

Calls and texts to the UK are free on AT&T, Sprint, Boost, and Virgin for a limited time following terror attack

After the horrific terrorist attack at the Manchester Arena in London, US carriers AT&T, Sprint, Virgin Mobile, and Boost Mobile are making calls to the area completely free of charge.

Until the end of May 24, British time, AT&T and Sprint will either waive or credit charges for calls placed and texts sent from America to Britain. Virgin and Boost, Sprint’s pre-paid virtual operators, also offer free calls and texts between the US and the UK.

T-Mobile and Verizon are yet to make any moves or statements, though it’s highly likely that they eventually …

Deal: 32GB Space Gray iPhone 6 is just $200 without contract at Virgin Mobile

The Space Gray iPhone 6 is a special edition of one of Apple’s iPhones, which was originally released in emerging markets like India, but eventually made it to the United States and other countries.

Unlike the initial iPhone 6 that came in three storage variants (16/64/128GB), the Special Edition iPhone 6 packs 32GB of internal memory. Currently, the 32GB Space Gray iPhone 6 is available for purchase at AT&T for $345 outright, but another US carrier has a much better offer on the phone.

Virgin Mobile has a great deal on the iPhone 6 32GB Space Gray, as …

Deal: Apple iPhone SE now $240 off at Boost and Virgin Mobile

Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile (Sprint’s two prepaid brands) are currently slashing no less than $240 off the price of the iPhone SE – brand new, off contract. More exactly, Boost Mobile is selling the iPhone SE 32 GB for just $159.99, and the iPhone SE 128 GB for $259.99. Apparently, Virgin Mobile only has the iPhone SE 128 GB in stock – for the same price of $259.99. The deals can be checked out via the source links found at the end of this article.

While both Boost and Virgin are offering their iPhones off contract, the handsets are not unlocked. It looks …

PSA: The cheapest Samsung Galaxy S8 can be found at Boost and Virgin Mobile

As of last week, the Samsung Galaxy S8 is widely available across the US, with all relevant carriers and retailers offering it. As you may know, the Galaxy S8 is a bit more expensive than last year’s S7, and you can’t get it for less than $720 (off contract) from any of the four major carriers. What you might not know is that you can get the S8 for just $649.99 if you don’t mind buying it from Boost Mobile or Virgin Mobile (Sprint’s two prepaid brands).

Both Boost and Virgin Mobile are offering the Samsung Galaxy S8 only in black, with no carrier branding to be …