All android phones can use WiFi Calling. Even the boost prevail. You can even buy apps from the android market to use your 3g data connection to make calls via your Google voice account if you have one. If you decide to get ANY android from any prepaid service provider you'll need a Gmail account. If your new android breaks into a million pieces you can sign in on a new android phone with your Gmail account and all your purchases will sync to your new phone. Are you aware boosts monthly unlimited plans have shrinkage? If your changing providers due to cost stay with boost and get the prevail. Over 2 years you'll save more money with boost than you will paying for monthly unlimited anywhere else and over those 2 years you'll basically have gotten the prevail for free from your savings on the plan. If service is the reason your leaving boost, check the new companies prepaid coverage map to see you'll have coverage at home, work and in-between, if that's a determining factor. If its bad coverage with the sprint network where you are then stay away from virgin mobile too as they use the same towers. Virgin has the cheapest unlimited data and messaging plan out there at $25/month. But with that you get 300 minutes. $40 gets you 1200 mins and unlimited messaging and data. If you want unlocked GSM phone then try Simple Mobile. More expensive and no unlimited, capped at 2 gigs I think, but it is BYOD and they have a list of compatible phones.
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