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en102
Canadian, eh?

join:2001-01-26
Valencia, CA
reply to morbo

Re: Breach of contract?

You can also disable messaging on your cell phone.
The U.S. industry is a pain for 'opt-out'. If they don't give you any form of disabling messages, or charge extra to have messaging disabled (parental controls) then yeah, they'd have a lawsuit, and I'd be joining it.
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morbo
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messaging is on by default. i remember reading that carriers don't always (consistently?) allow users to disable messaging.

when carriers start requiring users to TURN ON messaging, then i will agree with your point. until then, consumers should be aware that they can break their contract when their provider breaks it by raising rates.


en102
Canadian, eh?

join:2001-01-26
Valencia, CA

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Yup - messaging is on by default - I had to disable mine when I migrated from AT&T Wireless (Free inbound messages) to Cingular/AT&T. If they would not have let me, I would have sued. They should have a disable text option... it would solve this.
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Canada = Hollywood North