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Wow !!!!
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Unlimited tethering for all five devices?

How badly can people abuse that?
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Unlimited tethering for all five devices?

How badly can people abuse that?
Tethering is 8 GB only. It was my mistake that I did not write that.
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Tethering is 8 GB only. It was my mistake that I did not write that.
Ahhh, ok... I was just imagining the people that would turn these into home internet bridges and go nuts with this. That makes much more sense.
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Ahhh, ok... I was just imagining the people that would turn these into home internet bridges and go nuts with this. That makes much more sense.
I wish that was the case. I'm sure eventually that will happen....
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Smaller coverage and a much higher price than Sprint's own promo
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Smaller coverage and a much higher price than Sprint's own promo
​Sprints promo rate ends next year October (you will pay much higher rate then). This does not.
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​Sprints promo rate ends next year October (you will pay much higher rate then). This does not.
Sprint doesn't require you to stay for the 2nd year. You can cancel at any time
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Sprint doesn't require you to stay for the 2nd year. You can cancel at any time
Then, where is the advantage? You can keep using the Boost Mobile as long as you want with the same rate.
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Then, where is the advantage? You can keep using the Boost Mobile as long as you want with the same rate.
Boost's release doesn't say the price is forever. Phone prices are going to keep getting cheaper. Sprint's deal is cheaper and has a larger coverage area. So the advantage is basically everything.
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Boost's release doesn't say the price is forever. Phone prices are going to keep getting cheaper. Sprint's deal is cheaper and has a larger coverage area. So the advantage is basically everything.
So your assertion is that as Boost did not mention then they must increase it later? What are you talking about? Hilarious.
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Boost's release doesn't say the price is forever. Phone prices are going to keep getting cheaper. Sprint's deal is cheaper and has a larger coverage area. So the advantage is basically everything.
And BTW do you know that Boost Mobile is actually a subsidiary of Sprint? They are just the prepaid arm of Sprint. They have the SAME coverage.
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I was kinda hoping that Boost would match the offer. But now I have to figure out if it's worth dropping T-Mobile and give up phone leasing to stick to one CDMA phone for a while to get a cheaper price. Not too keen on the 480p video either...it caused lots of buffering when I had it with T-Mo.
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I was kinda hoping that Boost would match the offer. But now I have to figure out if it's worth dropping T-Mobile and give up phone leasing to stick to one CDMA phone for a while to get a cheaper price. Not too keen on the 480p video either...it caused lots of buffering when I had it with T-Mo.
​It depends on the coverage in my opinion. If you have good Sprint coverage and can use a single phone for a few years then this is a really good deal. But otherwise, stick to the carrier which has coverage for you.
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