Kyocera Communications Inc., the provider of handsets under the Kyocera and Sanyo brands, announced on Tuesday along with Boost Mobile, part of the Sprint Prepaid Group, the release of another mobile phone on the market, namely the Sanyo Mirro SCP3810 by Kyocera. According to the company, the new device is now available for purchase around the country for $79.99 (excluding taxes), and can prove a great option on Boost’s $50 Monthly Unlimited Plan on the Nationwide Sprint CDMA Network.
The new Sanyo Mirro SCP3810 by Kyocera comes to the market with a high-gloss, mirrored Platinum finish, and features both style and ease of use. The new mobile phone
comes in a flip form factor, with a glow-through external caller ID, a 1.3-megapixel photo snapper, GPS receiver, Bluetooth connectivity, Internet access and instant messaging features. The phone is available for purchase via Boost Mobile retail stores and via the carrier's website here
is honored that Boost Mobile chose Mirro as its first CDMA handset to accompany its new monthly unlimited plan on the Sprint network,” said Tom Maguire, head of global marketing at Kyocera Communications Inc. “Kyocera’s line of Sanyo handsets has a very loyal following among users of Sprint’s nationwide network and we’re confident that Boost’s customers will enjoy the same superior combination of style and easy-to-use features.”
The new handset is the first mobile phone from Kyocera that comes to Boost mobile as the carrier has expanded the availability of its services
to reach more than 275 million people via the Nationwide Sprint CDMA Network. Users who would go for the Sanyo Mirro can couple it with Boost Mobile’s $50 Monthly Unlimited Plan, which provides unlimited nationwide talk, text and Web without the need of activation, or roaming or long distance fees.
“Boost Mobile’s Monthly Unlimited plan
, available on both the iDEN and CDMA networks, now offers even greater choice and flexibility to our largest nationwide audience yet,” said Neil Lindsay, chief marketing officer, Sprint Prepaid Group. “Partnering with Kyocera shows Boost’s continued commitment to meet the needs of every wireless user.”