America's third-largest wireless carrier, Sprint, plans an extensive rebranding in the new year. The company plans to revive a recently defunct service in a new way and also wants to consolidate existing pre-paid services into a new identity, according to TechCrunch.
As we mentioned last week, Boost Mobile, a prepaid wireless company, has begun to sell the iPhone 5c and 5s starting today. This marks the first time Boost, which is a subsidiary of Sprint, has been able to sell the iPhone. What's more, they're giving customers a hefty discount.
Prepaid wireless carrier Boost Mobile announced Friday plans to offer the full range of current iPhone models starting a week from today, on Friday, November 8th. This is the first time Boost Mobile has made the iPhone available to its customers. iPhones will be available through the Boost Mobile web site and at Boost Mobile stores nationwide.
The iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c are already available on all the major carriers in the U.S, but now it seems both are headed for the smaller Boost Mobile. Leaked advertising obtained by serial leakers, @evleaks, shows both new iPhones to be available from Boost Mobile with no contract.