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We're sorry for the late response, @pennyaline! We're still providing quality service to our android customers.
Is this a bid to switch them over to iPhones?
No, this is not an effort to switch Android users to iPhone.
And btw, you still haven't told us when you're dumping us Android users -- who've been faithful to both Android *AND VIRGIN!!* -- over to Boost at the cost of our current phones and phone numbers. Why no word about that? Why can't we keep our phones and numbers?
Yes, as we announced in September, Virgin Mobile plans to stop selling new Android phones in fall 2018. At that time, we intend to make available comparable or better Boost Mobile plans to dedicated Android users. We are working to ensure that Virgin Mobile customers will be able to use their Android phone and existing phone number with Boost service. We genuinely regret that the shift in Virgin Mobile strategy is frustrating to our Android customers and have delayed parts of that strategy to accommodate Android customers. We hope to convince you that, in the future, you will be well served by our sister brand, Boost Mobile, which is working on exciting plans to serve Virgin Mobile customers. We appreciate your feedback as a loyal Virgin Mobile customer and Android customers. It matters.
I too am waiting on an answer. It would be nice to know when we have to switch providers.
Edit: If I wanted to be with Boost, I would have signed up with them in the beginning.