Boost Mobile Promises to Fix Text-Messaging Delays

The explosion of low-cost, prepaid wireless plans are raking in the customers during this recession, and Boost Mobile, a division of Sprint (S) that boasts an estimated 4 million users, is no different.

But subscribers to Boost’s $50 unlimited plan, which was rolled out last January, have been experiencing delays in text message delivery, reports the AP, implying that the company may be experiencing some growing pains.

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