Boost Mobile is a prepaid wireless provider owned and operated by Sprint. You can pay for minutes, messaging and other features up front, and use your mobile phone until you run out of minutes or your plan needs to be renewed. Since Sprint owns Boost Mobile, the companies share some of the same mobile phones. As of March, 2011, Boost Mobile cell phones include models such as those that follow, by popular brands such as Samsung, BlackBerry, Motorola and Sanyo.
The Samsung Seek is a touch screen phone that comes in an electric pink color and has a 1.3 megapixel camera. The Rant is a slider phone; the front screen slides up to reveal a keyboard. The phone also has 2.0 megapixel camera and a media player. The Factor is a flip phone with a USB port and a digital camera. The phone has room for 600 contacts and seven numbers each.
The Rambler features a full keyboard, Internet access and instant messaging. The Bali is a flip phone with a music player and a GPS system. The I1 is Bluetooth capable and works on the Android operating system. The compact, bar-style I296 comes in black and features GPS and Bluetooth. For a touch sensitive screen and a MP3 player you can control from the outside of the phone, Motorola has the I856. The I465 has a full keyboard and connects to Bluetooth. The I9 is a wide flip phone that also works like a walkie-talkie. The I776 is a flip phone with Internet access and a camera. The bar-style I335 has Bluetooth and walkie-talkie capabilities. The I290 looks like the I335 and has GPS.
The BlackBerry Curve 8530 is a bar-style phone with a full keyboard and 3G Internet access. The Curve 8530 has a 2.0 megapixel camera and a touch pad that lets you go through different menus. You can forward your e-mail directly to the home screen of the phone, and you get a free BlackBerry e-mail account. The phone also has a media player and runs on the BlackBerry 5.0 operating system.
The Sanyo Mirro is a flip phone with a 1.0 megapixel digital camera. It holds 300 phone contacts. The Incognito is a touch screen phone with a media player and a 2.0 megapixel camera. The Juno is a bar-style phone with a full keyboard that has a 1.0 megapixel camera, and lets you send your photos straight to social networking sites. The phone also has organization features such as a calendar and a calculator.