SMS is required + fix for battery drained isse

flexd flexd at
Wed Dec 5 08:18:29 CET 2007

Richard Reichenbacher wrote:
> Shawn Rutledge wrote:
>> On Dec 4, 2007 5:45 PM, Bernhard Kaindl <bkaindl at> wrote:
>>> Maybe it is enough for the US, but if you define the average European
>>> mobile phone user a part of "mass", then you are wrong and yes, text
>>> text messaging (SMS) is an absolute requirement for European mobile
>> Plenty of people use SMS in the US too, especially teenagers.  More
>> would use it if certain GSM carriers didn't charge extra for each
>> individual message, both sending and receiving (shame on you TMobile
>> in this regard).
> I have T-Mobile and I pay $10 a month for unlimited text and mms.  Not 
> all that expensive.

I pay less than 0.12478098 U.S. dollars per SMS message. And that's with 
a crappy expensive one here in norway (Cash caller card thingy, pay $45 
use it all to call/send, but sort of pricey calling).

What are T-mobiles prices per sms?

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