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Boost Mobile opens on Greenpoint Avenue

June 14, 2017 Staff Report

A Boost Mobile store opened Monday on Greenpoint Avenue in the former location of H & J Carrier.

The Boost store, located at 45-11 Greenpoint Avenue, is currently offering consumers cellphone deals such as unlimited data, talk and text for $50 per month.

Boost takes over from H & J which sold trinkets, children’s clothes and bubble tea. H & J closed in August and relocated to Forest Hills.

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Henryohhenry

How are they allowed to have giant speakers and amplifier on the sidewalk and a DJ blasting music and screaming for the microphone? Yeah it’s not late at night but is the starving all the residents in the neighborhood and some of us businesses.

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Anonymous

Except that people walking down the street have to listen to the blaring music, and blocking the sidewalk.

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Frank

I walked by today and they were blasting rap music with someone playing DJ at 10am really?
So stupid.

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South

I’m usually very excited about new businesses opening in empty storefronts, but this is a total bust. So many lackluster franchises which don’t benefit our community. The late Radioshack as well as Sprint, MetroPCS, T-Mobile, now Boost Mobile.

Oh god….I think I’m changing. Am I becoming another generic dissatisfied complaint poster?

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