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Topic # 83424 16-May-2011 18:52
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Thanks for the extra 1500 texts per month, i am not quite sure what i will do with 2,500texts each month but thanks anyway, appreciate the thought!

Any chance of also increasing my data threshold too so i can better utilize my android? Tongue out

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  Reply # 469876 16-May-2011 21:04
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Wade: Thanks for the extra 1500 texts per month, i am not quite sure what i will do with 2,500texts each month but thanks anyway, appreciate the thought!

Any chance of also increasing my data threshold too so i can better utilize my android? Tongue out


+1 to more data please

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Reply # 470033 17-May-2011 11:34
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In a way they have. average message size is around 190 bytes or so, so they have given you 285000 free bytes or 278 KB. its not much, but its something for nothing!




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  Reply # 470186 17-May-2011 17:49
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just help me translate that into useable data and it's all good! Lol

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  Reply # 470203 17-May-2011 18:41
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maybe we could implement a data over SMS gateway :P




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  Reply # 470574 18-May-2011 15:42
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Yeaah I'd much rather extra data

$19 pack should be configurable :p

I'd choose something like 200mb/500txt/30min

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+1 for the thanks!

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  Reply # 472107 22-May-2011 10:30
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mejobloggs: Yeaah I'd much rather extra data

$19 pack should be configurable :p

I'd choose something like 200mb/500txt/30min

+ 1 - I'd sign up for that in an instant.  Even make it 50txt

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  Reply # 472676 22-May-2011 22:32
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For sure. Was nice to to get the extra texts, but considering I don't top even close to 500 a month I'd much rather prefer more minutes or more data.

To be fair, costs them a lot less to whack on another thousand SMS than data.

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