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Samsung Galaxy S2 4G
Ralf Jurrien : September 20th 2012 - 11:50 CET
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Boost MobileSamsung Galaxy S2 4G from Boost Mobile : Boost Mobile and Samsung Mobile revealed a new addition to Boost Mobile’s lineup, the Samsung Galaxy S2 4G. This Samsung Galaxy smartphone pair with one of Boost’s Monthly Unlimited plans with Shrinking Payments where customers are rewarded for simply making on-time payments. “Together with Samsung Mobile we continue to launch compelling device options from entry level to 4G enabled to meet the evolving needs of our customers,” said Andre Smith, vice president-Boost Mobile. “Launching the award-winning Samsung Galaxy S2 4G smartphone, marks a defining moment for Boost’s customers craving an entertainment powerhouse on a no-contract unlimited plan.”

Galaxy S2 4G

Samsung Galaxy S2 4G
Offered for the first time on a no-contract carrier in the US, the Samsung Galaxy S2 4G provides an unmatched entertainment experience for speed and hypermedia enthusiasts without the stress of a contract. Samsung Galaxy S2 4G will be available starting Sept. 6 for $369.99 (excluding taxes) at Boost Mobile’s exclusive retail stores, select independent wireless dealer locations nationwide and online with free shipping. The Galaxy S2 4G will also be available late September in select national retail locations.

Galaxy S2 4G
This feature-packed Galaxy S2 4G smartphone will operate on Sprint’s 3G and 4G (WiMAX) networks, bringing 4G speeds to Boost Mobile customers in 71 markets across the country with average upload speeds between 3-6 Mbps with bursts of more than 10 Mbps.

Samsung S2 4G

Galaxy S2 4G from Boost Mobile
The Galaxy S2 4G from Boost Mobile, available in white and black, is loaded with a crisp, oversized 4.5-inch super Amoled Plus touchscreen, dual cameras and the Samsung Exynos processor, one of the fastest dual-core processors in the industry. With the rich color display, Boost customers can snap bright photos, record full HD video on the go and browse the web at blazing fast 4G speeds in 71 markets nationwide. For an additional $10 a month customers can take advantage of the Mobile Hotspot capability that can create a personal Wi-Fi network on the go, with connections for up to five WiFi devices.
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