Does anyone know where or how I could findout how to flash my sprint NoteII over to boostmobile because I'm tired of Sprints high ass bill.
Swyped by Me & mY GNII
Ok I have the HTC One SV on Boostmobile. I'll be traveling to Canada in June, and from what i've read prepaid services like boostmobile will not work in canada (i live in the US). Does anyone know if there is a Canadian prepaid service that I could activate this phone on while i'm there? And will that cause service interruption on boostmobile once I do it?
For those who switched from sprint to T-Mobile are you satisfied or do you think I should stay with sprint? Is tmobile rates lower than sprints? I currently have 3 lines with sprint. I live in the Los Angeles area using a Samsung Galaxy 3 with 3g internet. :(
I recently bought a Sprint GS3, but I'd really like to use Virgin. I've yet to activate the phone with any carrier.
Has anyone on here successfully flashed their Sprint S3 to Virgin? Is it possible to flash it with everything completely functional? Should I just give up hope and deal with Sprint's pricing?
I have been offered an HTC One if I can switch it from Metro PCS network to Boostmobile. Anyone have instructions that will make the HTC nework on Boostmobile's network? Both networks are CDMA but I need to convert the phone's ID to MEID for Boost. Any ideas out there?:rolleyes:
Hey question for all you under sprints employ. I am looking into a position at a local sprint store they are looking to fill. Sales/tech rep or whatever. I was wondering if any sprint guys would give me some info. Do you enjoy working for sprint? How is the pay? Whats an average paycheck between hourly and commission? How do they treat you? Is it hard to go to shool while working there?
I had someone flash my Sprint Evo over to Boost Mobile and the guy also had my Sprint number ported too. So I am currently using an Evo with Boost and I won't be able to pay off my Sprint account anytime soon. Will this mess up my Boost account if my Sprint account goes into collections? The Sprint account had 3 phone lines and it's not in my name.
Greetings! Well, the time has come that I must consider switching away from Sprint. I live just north of Cincinatti where Sprint coverage has only weakened over the last couple of years - 3G is exceptionally slow and spotty, there is no 4G LTE here or anywhere in Ohio and their latest list of upcoming implementations still do not show any Ohio city.