While mobile phones are in plenty, everyone has their choice of wireless carrier plans. Some like monthly billing, while others prefer prepaid services. Now since contract phones are out of the way, prepaid and monthly billing plans have taken their place.
There are many carriers that have prepaid options, but those who are looking beyond the big four – AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile, can avail of the best prepaid options from Boost Mobile’s new phone services. They have their own devices, which can be purchased from the carriers as well as retailers.
- Samsung Galaxy J3: This is one of the best-selling phones by Boost Mobile’s new phones. It works on 4G LTE with 16 GB memory. The screen size is 5 inches and is powered by a Qualcomm MSM 8917, 1.4 GHz quad-core processor.
- LG Tribute HD: This phone runs on the Android Marshmallow 6.0 version. Two cameras – an 8 MP rear and 2 MP front cameras, 4G LTE speed and a 5-inch screen are some of its best features. The internal memory is 16 GB.
- LG Stylo: Available at USD 129.99, the LG Stylo operates on the Android Nougat 7.0 operating system. As named, LG Stylo comes with a stylus. The big screen size of 5.7 inches and 13.0 MP rear facing camera is impressive. The memory is 16 GB, which can be expanded via SD card and works at 4G LTE speed.
- Apple iPhone 6: The first of Boost Mobile’s new phones that run on iOS. Till now all Boost mobiles were available on the Android platform. The 32 GB memory and 4G LTE speed make it easy for users who love Apple products. Priced at USD 199.99, this prepaid cell phone has the iOS 10.2.1 version.
- Samsung Galaxy J7 Perx: This Android 7.0 Nougat phone runs at the speed of 4G LTE and is decently priced at USD 159.99. The Samsung Galaxy J7 Perx comes with 16 GB expandable memory and 8 MP rear and 5 MP front cameras.
Boost Mobile’s new phones are quite affordable being priced from USD 35 and can range up to USD 200. Though all the phones have an Android OS, there is one iOS version too. These phones can be a bought at a better deal from online retailers like Amazon as they are contract-free phones.