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Mark Peters : May 26th 2011 - 20:45 CET
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MotorolaPrepaid Motorola i1 Android Smartphone : In a world of “firsts,” the Motorola i1 Smartphone from Boost Mobile brings new meaning to the word. Available nationally at Boost Mobile Exclusive Retail Stores, Best Buy and Best Buy Mobile standalone stores, the Motorola i1 Prepaid Android Smartphone is the first walkie-talkie enabled touchscreen phone from Boost Mobile. The Motorola i1 prepaid Android smartphone has an industry-leading 5 megapixel digital camera, a vivid 3.1-inch HVGA display, and is one of the first Android Smartphone to feature the new optimized Opera Mini 5 Web Browser.

Prepaid Android Smartphone

Prepaid Android Smartphone
Combined with the Boost Mobile 'Monthly Unlimited' service, with unlimited nationwide talk, text and Web for $50 per month, staying connected has never been easier. The Motorola i1 prepaid Android smartphone also comes equipped with Wi-Fi and is one of the first Android Smartphones to integrate new SWYPE technology for quicker-than-ever text messaging.

Android Smartphone

Motorola i1 Android Smartphone
“Last year Boost disrupted the wireless marketplace with the $50 Monthly Unlimited offer, and we are doing it again with the launch of the Motorola i1 Smartphone,” said Neil Lindsay, chief marketing officer, Boost Mobile. “Together with Motorola, we are able to offer the Android Smartphone experience to those customers who enjoy the walkie-talkie feature”.

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Boost Mobile Prepaid Android Smartphone
“Best Buy Mobile is excited to be the first national retailer to bring a prepaid Android smartphone to customers who are looking for greater payment flexibility when it comes to their Smartphone,” said Scott Anderson, Director at Best Buy Mobile. “One of our promises to customers is to provide the best options and choices available in the mobile marketplace. Exclusively bringing great Smartphones like the Motorola i1 to consumers helps us make good on that commitment.”




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