Boost Takes Snapshots

Irvine-based wireless lifestyle firm Boost Mobile said this morning that it is adding the ability to upload and order photo prints from its mobile service. The company said that its Boost Snaps service allows mobile subscribers to upload up to 500MB of photos directly from their Boost mobile phone or other digital camera or computer, and share them as an online photo album. The new service costs $2.99 a month. Boost is a subsidiary of Sprint Nextel targeting the under-25 market with youth-focused marketing and phone features.