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Moto i1 ships to Boost Mobile, brings Android to prepaid

updated 01:20 pm EDT, Thu June 3, 2010

Moto i1 due at Boost Mobile later in June

The first Android-powered handset offered under a prepaid pricing scheme has shipped thanks to the the Motorola i1 from Boost Mobile. The push-to-talk handset will be offered with Boost Mobile's Monthly Unlimited service, which talk, text and data for $50 per month. The i1 gets a 5-megapixel camera and a 3.1-inch display, with the new Opera Mini 5 web browser preloaded.

The handset otherwise gets Wi-Fi, stereo Bluetooth and GPS support, and has Swype's custom keyboard for quicker texting. It ships with a 2GB microSD memory card, though up to 32GB cards are supported. The i1 arrives at Boost Mobileand Best Buy stores on June 20th, though pricing hasn't been announced.







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  1. facebook_Narcissa

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    Another prepaid win...

    and contract customers like me can't help, but think we made the wrong choice. As a Sprint customer, I'm paying $50 more a month for service on the same network with a contract meaning extra fees added in. For someone who loves Sprint's service, but has trouble keeping up with their bills, its a kick that makes me want to break the contract jump over and get those savings - I've estimated something between $50 - $65 a month and that's not even including all the fees. I emailed Sprint's president and let Mr. Hesse know how really unfair this is to Sprint customers who have remained loyal, despite hard times. If anyone else feels the same way, visit http://sites.google.com/site/sprintcustomersunite/ and let Mr. Hesse know.

  1. facebook_Narcissa

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    Joined: Jun 2010

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    Another prepaid win...

    and contract customers like me can't help, but think we made the wrong choice. As a Sprint customer, I'm paying $50 more a month for service on the same network with a contract meaning extra fees added in. For someone who loves Sprint's service, but has trouble keeping up with their bills, its a kick that makes me want to break the contract jump over and get those savings - I've estimated something between $50 - $65 a month and that's not even including all the fees. I emailed Sprint's president and let Mr. Hesse know how really unfair this is to Sprint customers who have remained loyal, despite hard times. If anyone else feels the same way, visit http://sites.google.com/site/sprintcustomersunite/ and let Mr. Hesse know.

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