said by Xela19115:
What I don't understand is why the carriers are forcing customers to pay for incoming messages? At least with an incoming phone call I have an option of using a caller ID and accepting or rejecting a call. With a SMS/MMS messages I get them no matter what and forced to pay. And calling customer service and haggling over 15-20 cents for an unsolicited message is usually not worth my time. I guess that is where the catch is. Carriers probably count on that and make a killing.
my only beef with t mobile
they WONT shut off text messaging so you have to PAY for incoming text spams!--
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