The tweet shows a pair of ads, one for the Apple iPhone 5s and the other for the Apple iPhone 5c, with the unmistakable message that both new variants of the Apple iPhone are coming to Boost. And both models will be eligible for Boost's shrinking rate unlimited data plans. That plan starts at $50 a month and drops $5 a month with every 6 on-time payments. The floor is $35 a month for unlimited talk, text and data. But we must warn you that the plan comes with 2.5GB of 'high speed' data a month. Once you surpass that data cap during the month, you are royally throttled.
Evleaks' tweet did not reveal a specific release date or pricing for the phones. Boost Mobile is owned by Sprint which also runs Virgin Mobile. The latter has already been carrying the iPhone so this move by Boost should help ignite a sibling rivalry.
source: @evleaks via Engadget