Boost Mobile hasn’t officially carried the iPhone as yet. If the latest purported leaked promotional material is to be believed, the prepaid carrier might soon launch Apple’s latest iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. 


Sprint, which is one of the four largest nation carries in the U.S., wholly owns Boost Mobile, which is a prepaid carrier. Boost hasn’t officially carried the iPhone ever before, even though some of its rival prepaid carriers already offer it. Sprint itself has officially been selling the iPhones since 2011, when the iPhone 4S came out. Both new iPhones, the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, were announced earlier this month. They’re already available through the four major U.S. carriers and will make their way to Virgin Mobile, another prepaid carrier, on October 1.

The purported promotional material has been leaked by @evleaks on Twitter. The material clearly hints at the possibility of Boost Mobile launching both new iPhones. However, no pricing or availability information is mentioned. So one can only speculate when the iPhones will be available from Boost and what the carrier is going to charge for them.

There hasn’t been official confirmation from either Apple or Boost Mobile as yet. It remains to be seen if the carrier will also offer previous generation iPhones, such as the iPhone 4S.

Source: @evleaks