Boost Mobile are looking to refurbished Apple, Samsung and Google smartphones to set them apart from the rest of the local VMNO crowd.
Boost Mobile has announced that it will be increasing its bonus data offering from 11GB to 23GB with its Boost Anytime Plus plans on the first 5 $30+ recharges.
Boost Mobile has announced its new Boost Anytime Plus mobile plans, including the availability of a new $70 plan and increased data inclusions across existing Anytime Plus plans $30 and up.
Boost Mobile founder and director Peter Adderton has slammed local carriers over their rush to 5G, asserting that past promises they made around today’s 4G infrastructure remain unfulfilled.
Boost Mobile has announced several new partnerships that see the youth-focused telco expand into the world of esports.
Boost Mobile has been recognised for the first time by Canstar Blue with its 2018 Customer Satisfaction Award, topping the customer ratings for prepaid phone plans.
Boost Mobile has announced that its customers will get more data and increased international call inclusions on Boost Anytime Plus plans.
Boost Mobile has announced a new, five-year contract with Telstra that will ensure its customers continue to receive great mobile network coverage, competitive data plans, no lock-on contracts and great service.
Boost Mobile has announced its new Boost Anytime Plus mobile plans, which ensure Boost customers will get more of what they want with a double data offer up to 24GB.
LG has today announced the Australian release of four new low-cost, L Series Android smartphones. The new devices are slight specification upgrades to existing L Series phones, rather than completely new models.
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