Boost Mobile latest to sell iPhone5c and iPhone 5s

Boost Mobile, a discount wireless carrier and a division of Sprint (s S), has become the latest carrier to offer Apple’s (s AAPL) iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c. The phones will go on sale on November 8. Like its other phones, Boost will offer the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c with a contract-free “unlimited” plans that include 2.5GB of full-speed data per month, with throttled speeds thereafter. While there have been rumors of slower iPhone 5c sales, Apple is still rolling out its phones to new carriers, especially in the overseas markets.

When is your Nextel service going kaput? There’s a map for that

It’s no secret that Sprint plans to shut down its iDEN network in 2013, but until recently the details of how it would sunset it were a secret. Over the weekend, new maps appeared on the Sprint website that identify the individual cell sites being decommissioned.

Is there a market for prepaid tablets?

The tablet market is booming as a host of new gadgets come to market, but 3G-enabled devices are gathering dust due to pricey data plans and requirements for two-year contracts. So prepaid data services could help carriers grab a slice of the pie.