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Sprint to announce that they will allow their phones on Boost Mobile now.

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By jewfish, Junior Member on 2nd November 2012, 08:49 PM
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Looks like the flashing to boost biz is screwed, but great news for those that want a better line up.
 
 
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No type of link what so every?
2nd November 2012, 10:03 PM |#3  
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There is know notice anywhere, I was just giving some insider information
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I subscribe to this thanks.

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I have some materials that we are shipping out to stores to prove it, pm me if you are interested. Just wanted to spread the word so people dont waste their time flashing their phones to boost.
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Well I doubt flashing will bw affected majorly. A lot of people who flash phones don't use phones with a good ESN, they use a bad esn phone. :P

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I have some materials that we are shipping out to stores to prove it, pm me if you are interested. Just wanted to spread the word so people dont waste their time flashing their phones to boost.

Why not just post whatever you got?
3rd November 2012, 03:35 AM |#8  
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Maybe he's an A-hole?
3rd November 2012, 03:43 AM |#9  
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they unofficially allow a lot of phones now but for some reason not all. I REALLY want to add one of those ruggedized kyocera jobbies to my dad's account (he beats the crap out of his hardware
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Well I doubt flashing will bw affected majorly. A lot of people who flash phones don't use phones with a good ESN, they use a bad esn phone. :P

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Yes a lot of them do, however, as an experienced flasher myself, I have flashed more active Sprint handsets than those with bad esns. It is the same reason why we people requesting a service like that has gone down so much. In the several stores I oversee, people use to come in everyday and ask for their phones to be flashed. But, since the Evo Design and Galaxy S2 released, we see maybe 1 person a week.
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