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    Junior Member izchief360's Avatar
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    Apr 2008

    Virgin Mobile VS Boost Mobile VS T-Mobile Prepaid?

    Consider phones, coverage, quality, customer service, price, everything.....

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    BOOST mobile 50 dollars unlimited everything for a month da phones arent dat great tho but da service is good

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    Boost Fan
    I have had a Boost phone for 2 weeks now. I work in an underground level of a building. My Boost phone works with 2 bars of service and has never dropped a call. A co worker has a t mobile phone that half the time does not even have service. I have not gone far out enough to lose service but I have been between 2 cities and did not lose service like I thought I may between them. So far I'm happy with the boost service and would recommend it. I have the $60 a month unlimited blackberry plan.

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    Before choose you cellphone network,you should know about GSM and CDMA.
    CDMA(Code Division Multiple Access) is a digital cellular technology that uses spread-spectrum techniques.CDMA consistently provides better capacity for voice and data communications than other commercial mobile technologies, allowing more subscribers to connect at any given time, and it is the common platform on which 3G technologies are built.It doesn't have sim card.

    The reason for more GSM usage is that the international Roaming of GSM is Very good and it has sim card,So you can easily swap your sim card when you need.For choosing your cell phone network,Go to a phone shop in town, tell them what you want, they can advise.Before getting your cell phone service provider,Make sure your phone is unlocked and accept that carrier,If it's restricted by other network carrier means,You will need to unlock your phone.For unlocking you can approach your current network provider or else try to buy an unlocking service from any one of the online unlocking service provider like They will provide free unlocking service for old mobile models only.If you have a newest version of mobile phone use I hope it will be very useful to you.

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