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Boost Infinite announces its first 25 markets

By Hemaja Burud

The 25 markets are mostly concentrated in the Southwest, with an absence along the East Coast.

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Boost Infinite is Dish Wireless' postpaid brand that will be available nationwide, using Dish, AT&T, and T-Mobile networks.

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The company recently launched an early registration page. Dish already owns the Boost Mobile prepaid brand.

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Dish is also developing its own 5G greenfield network; the postpaid service is currently known as Project Genesis, and customers can sign up online.

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Moore claims that Boost Mobile has over 4,500 retail locations. According to the Boost Infinite website, the new postpaid service will be available "soon."

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The 25 markets where Boost Infinite will be initially available were listed in a brochure at the Celluphone booth.

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The 25 markets are mostly concentrated in the Southwest, with an absence along the East Coast.

the introduction of Boost Infinite stores and the new postpaid offering, "This is nothing less than 'the balloon going up' to signal that the new #4 facilities-based carrier is entering competition."

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"It is unknown how many Boost Infinite stores will be opened across the 25 markets." Boost Mobile is a low-cost carrier.

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"Boost Infinite pricing has not been disclosed, but the company has tweeted "one plan" and "one price."

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"Boost Infinite, Boost Mobile" Boost Mobile's prepaid service is in trouble.

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Look for the same kind of robust same-store sales growth and double-digit revenue growth assuming it continues to adhere to its successful, time-tested formula.

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"It's an opportunity to come in fresh and do things in a slightly different and more aggressive way," said, CEO of the Boost brands.

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