Today in the The New York Times:
Free Texts Pose Threat to Carriers
“At a time when e-mail and many other forms of electronic communication are essentially free, wireless carriers are still charging as much as 20 cents to send a text message to a phone, and another 20 cents to receive it.
Paying so much to transmit a handful of words is starting to look as antiquated as buying stamps.
There are now a growing number of ways to bypass text-message charges using an Internet connection…”
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