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Old 30-11-2007, 4:58 AM
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Text Messaging

When I get text messaged on my cell phone (nokia), I go to the Inbox folder and then it shows me either a closed envelope with a preview of the text message under it, or an opened envelope (if I opened the text msg) with part of the text message under it as well. Sometimes when people just text me short messages such as "ok" or "i'll be there", obviously it is short enough for the whole text message to be shown on the little preview without me actually opening the text msg. My question is: If I recieve the text message to my phone, but it is short enough to where I can read the whole thing on the preview without opening the text message, do I still get charged for that text msg even though I never opened it?

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Old 30-11-2007, 11:14 AM
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you shouldnt be charged for recieving text messages you only get charged for sending them u shouldnt even be getting charged to read them if you are gettin charged contact your service provider or take your phone back to the shop where you bought the phone from cheers kerry
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Old 05-12-2007, 11:32 AM
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As the last person says you shouldnt be charged.

The person sending you the text will be charged at there local text rate.

Unless your receiving a text from someone abroad or you urself are abroad and reciving a text there. thats the only way you would be charged for it.
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