Virgin Mobile announced this summer that it would become an iPhone-only carrier, something underscored by its recent $1 promotion.
Existing Android customers weren’t happy about that, and now the company has provided more details on the business change.
At least one Android device has returned to the carrier, and it will hash out a deal with Boost Mobile before fully phasing out Android next year.
Virgin Mobile is a prepaid carrier on the Sprint network, and until now it has supported iPhone and Android phones.
The company announced a drastic business change a few months back that would have it ditching Android entirely in favor of iPhone.
That’s not a bad thing, but did upset existing Android users who were faced with keeping their existing phone or switching carriers.