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Old June 22nd 03, 11:46 PM
Joshua Miller
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Default no more free SMS and paging!!!???

that's what I'm guessing they're going to do, basterds.


"Ralph E. Decker" wrote in message
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I'm confused...I have NOL Premium with unlimited text messaging...Have for
over 2 years...Are you saying that they are gonna start charging me for

text
messaging????



I think it's just about time to call CS and open up a huge can of Whoop
Ass.. I also am having a hard time realizing what the difference could

mean
to them if someone has unlimited two-way messaging, what is the big deal
with SMS. The messages are smaller, and it doesn't require any more

network
traffic to re-read the message(s) when they're SMS cause they're on the
phone.

What's up with this crap.


"news" wrote in message
thlink.net...
From the the latest bill:

Important Notice for All SMS Customers - effective July 1,

2003, the SMS pay-as-you-go and overage rates will be

increasing from $0.10 to $0.15 per message. Also, NOL

Premium Web and NOL Text & Numeric Paging 300 customers

will be moving to pay-as-you-go SMS pricing at $0.15 per

message.









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Old June 23rd 03, 05:42 AM
Ralph E. Decker
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If that is the case I'm switching to Tmobile..I was gonna when number
portability came out anyway...



that's what I'm guessing they're going to do, basterds.


"Ralph E. Decker" wrote in message
...
I'm confused...I have NOL Premium with unlimited text messaging...Have for
over 2 years...Are you saying that they are gonna start charging me for

text
messaging????



I think it's just about time to call CS and open up a huge can of Whoop
Ass.. I also am having a hard time realizing what the difference could

mean
to them if someone has unlimited two-way messaging, what is the big deal
with SMS. The messages are smaller, and it doesn't require any more

network
traffic to re-read the message(s) when they're SMS cause they're on the
phone.

What's up with this crap.


"news" wrote in message
thlink.net...
From the the latest bill:

Important Notice for All SMS Customers - effective July 1,

2003, the SMS pay-as-you-go and overage rates will be

increasing from $0.10 to $0.15 per message. Also, NOL

Premium Web and NOL Text & Numeric Paging 300 customers

will be moving to pay-as-you-go SMS pricing at $0.15 per

message.










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Old June 23rd 03, 07:03 PM
This Old Man
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"news" wrote in message
thlink.net...
From the the latest bill:

Important Notice for All SMS Customers - effective July 1,

2003, the SMS pay-as-you-go and overage rates will be

increasing from $0.10 to $0.15 per message. Also, NOL

Premium Web and NOL Text & Numeric Paging 300 customers

will be moving to pay-as-you-go SMS pricing at $0.15 per

message.



I just called Nextel to verify and the rep said my plan is not changing.
She confirmed I have the $69.00 Free Incoming and 500 Outgoing minutes plus
the Full Service Package, which includes Nextel OnLine, Premium web,
unlimited 2-way messaging, address book and Mobile Email.

If anyone heard differently please advise.

What is the difference between SMS and two-way? Is it like Instant
messenger?



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Old June 24th 03, 04:30 AM
Ralph E. Decker
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Sounds like we have the same plan..I got the same answer from Nextel..No
changes to my plan.



"news" wrote in message
thlink.net...
From the the latest bill:

Important Notice for All SMS Customers - effective July 1,

2003, the SMS pay-as-you-go and overage rates will be

increasing from $0.10 to $0.15 per message. Also, NOL

Premium Web and NOL Text & Numeric Paging 300 customers

will be moving to pay-as-you-go SMS pricing at $0.15 per

message.



I just called Nextel to verify and the rep said my plan is not changing.
She confirmed I have the $69.00 Free Incoming and 500 Outgoing minutes plus
the Full Service Package, which includes Nextel OnLine, Premium web,
unlimited 2-way messaging, address book and Mobile Email.

If anyone heard differently please advise.

What is the difference between SMS and two-way? Is it like Instant
messenger?




 




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