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This could be very sad

It does bother me that everyone is talking about how "low income people can get an android phone" if it goes to boost..

That is a bit misleading :/... It would be cheaper to get an android phone (upfront) with sprint.. 50$ deposit and 50$ for the phone is 100$..

And the 69$ a month bill is higher than boost 50$ a month bill.. However, if a person really is that low on income.. they aren't going to want to spend 300$ up front on a phone in the first place.......


However, if boost does get an android phone that people are willing to pay 300$ for... maybe it will show at&t WHY they need android...

I really, really wish we had some decent smart phone choices....
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