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Well – glad you asked. In addition to the new logo we told you about yesterday (see left), the “new” Boost (owned by Dish) announced the following changes starting today: • All the stores will be getting new collateral with the new logo (makes sense) • New rate plans: • $35.00 per month with 10GB of data Read more…

This coming Friday is May 1 – or 30 days after the Sprint/T-Mobile merger closed and became “official.” Will it be the day that Dish officially “adopts” it’s new baby Boost? To paraphrase the great Bugs Bunny – it might, rabbit…. it might. — NWIDA members, contact us today if you need our assistance and if you’re not Read more…

While the sale of Boost to Dish isn’t officially complete, the MVNO has begun offering service on the “new” T-Mobile network, in some areas – as has the Sprint brand. Currently only in select areas, they could launch this across the country by next month. Wave7 Research has noticed that Boost has been working to transition to Read more…

Per an article on Best MVNO (link below), the “new” Boost Mobile is getting ready to make a major change with the brand. According to a recent report filed by Wave7 Research, Boost is notifying its dealers to prepare for the launch of “The Boost Mobile Expanded Data Network”, which will give Boost subscribers access to the Read more…

$5B

$5 Billion. Dish has reportedly agreed to a deal to buy assets from T-Mobile and Sprint. Bloomberg (link below) say that Dish will pay $5 billion, consisting of $1.5 billion for prepaid businesses and $3.5 billion for spectrum. Dish is also getting a seven-year wholesale agreement that allows it to sell service using T-Mobile’s network, and T-Mobile Read more…

As first noted by Peter Adderton, it appears Boost has fired most of it’s corporate marketing department. The Kansas City Business Journal reached out to Sprint and was told: To enhance our efficiency and nimbleness while we continue to aggressively compete in the Prepaid Wireless industry, we recently made some organizational changes to ensure our Prepaid business Read more…

We told you so – kind of. Back on our latest webinar, both NWIDA and WiBoc offered Google as a potential player in the Boost buy. Now, the NY Post (link below) is reporting that Google and Dish are talking. But, according to Google, in the same article, the answer is “No.” The Post article clearly states: Google Read more…

We wanted to know about the Dish plans for the Boost Dealers, should the be the “winner” in the “spin-off sweepstakes.” So NWIDA reached out to Dish, and their CEO W. Erik Carlson, last week to talk about their “interest” in Boost Mobile, and more importantly, their plans for the dealers, should they be successful. Today, we Read more…

The DoJ still hasn’t signed off on the Sprint / T-Mobile merger, and it’s now being reported that in addition to spinning off Boost Mobile, there may be another condition – release some spectrum and create a (new) 4th wireless network. According to a new report from Bloomberg, it seems the Justice Department might have one more Read more…

When we saw the article that Q-Link Wireless was going to bid for Boost Mobile, we had questions. Today we received our answers. First our questions: Would they keep the dealers? If so, would they grow the dealer network? Would they keep the brand? So we reached out to Issa Asad, founder and CEO of Florida-based Q-Link Read more…

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