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2 responses to “Samsung Replenish Gets Android 2.3, Boost Mobile Starts Carrying It”

  1. Nemo

    There is at least one Android phone for Boost that will work with pay-as-you-go: the Motorola i1. I know, because I have it. The web site pushed the idea of signing up for a plan, but it wasn’t actually necessary.

    Of course, you probably don’t want an i1. It’s rugged, and it’s got a good (5 MP) camera. But it’s stuck on Android 1.5, and iDEN. Some people love iDEN for its “push-to-talk”, but it sucks for data. On the plus side, for $0.35 a day, I can use as much data as I can transfer (which at iDEN rates isn’t much). Also, since it’s iDEN, it’s got a SIM card. When I got it, I was able to swap in my old SIM and use the phone for a while before I even had to notify Boost. (Ultimately I had to register it to get text messages working. Oh, text messaging on Boost’s iDEN, that’s a whole other fiasco…)

  2. Ismael

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