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Hi i am thinking of buying a motorola i9 thru boost mobile had a cdma phone thru boost but i had no coverage when looking at the coverage map at my address and was told i needed an iden phone to get service thru nextel insteat of the sprint network so what can you tell me about the i9 as to how good the phone is as a whole

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I'v done alot of research if i was you i wouldn buy it because its got pretty good features too, its good to research your fone before you buy it. I researched my fone for like 3 months before i got LG Viewty its really good so goodluck:) with your new fone and pleae rate this solution...

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>>Expert
>>Motorola Phones
>>Boost Mobile

I activate phones for Boost Mobile.

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I activate phones for Boost Mobile.

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