If you hear two short beeps when placing a call, you've latched on to a Sprint AIRAVE® in the vicinity. The AIRAVE acts as mini-cell site, giving you better coverage for your location. Dialing *99 should confirm that you are making or receiving calls on an AIRAVE®. Learn more.
Currently, Boost Mobile does not sell AIRAVE devices. However, since Boost Mobile works on the Sprint nationwide 3G/4G network, some Boost Mobile devices may latch on to a Sprint AIRAVE® device nearby. Learn more.
Wireless traffic between the mobile device and the AIRAVE uses CDMA encoding, same as on Sprint's nationwide network. Traffic that is routed over the Internet, between the AIRAVE device and Sprint's core network, uses IPSec with 3DES encryption. Learn more.
You will not be charged more for than the charges outlined in your Boost Mobile plan, but there may be a delay in gathering and displaying your voice, text, and data usage. Learn more.
Yes. 911 service works with AIRAVE. However, 911 service will not be available during a power outage, ISP failure, software device updates may be limited, due to some public safety answering points not supporting location-based E911 technology. Always be prepared to report your location to the 911 operator when placing an emergency call. Mobile phones operate using radio signals which cannot guarantee connection in all conditions. Learn more.