Sprint announces Virgin Mobile is closing, all customers will be transferred to ...

Sprint announces Virgin Mobile is shutting down and all current customers will be transferred to Boost Mobile starting in February Virgin Mobile customers were notified in early January of the company closure All current accounts will be transferred to Boost Mobile starting in February Virgin promises there will be no added costs or rate hikes related to the switch Customers that use Paypal with Virgin will have to switch payment methods 

By Michael Thomsen For Dailymail.com

Published: 15:42 GMT, 8 January 2020 | Updated: 15:43 GMT, 8 January 2020

View
comments

This week Sprint announced it will close Virgin Mobile, and beginning in February customers with existing contracts will be transferred to Boost Mobile.

Sprint says existing Virgin customers were notified of the change in early January.

To further explain the changeover, Virgin published an FAQ page on its website promising that customers wouldn’t be charged any additional costs or experience any rate hikes as a result of the switch.

After years of struggle, Virgin Mobile notified customers in early January that it will be shutting down service in February

After years of struggle, Virgin Mobile notified customers in early January that it will be shutting down service in February

‘In most instances, your existing account will be transferred to Boost Mobile with your device, and a comparable or better Boost Mobile service plan at no extra cost to you,’ the statement says.

‘You will keep your phone number, and your monthly payment date will remain the same as long as you continue on time payments until the transfer to Boost Mobile is complete.’

One change, however, will affect Virgin customers that use Paypal to cover fees related to their account.

Since Boost Mobile does not accept Paypal, Virgin says customers that use that option will have to establish a new

read more from dailymail.....

Get the latest news delivered to your inbox

Follow us on social media networks

PREV An emerging cybersecurity threat could cost lives — not just data
NEXT Tax prep companies can’t hide their free filing software from Google anymore