Hello Everyone! While we want to wish you all a Happy, Healthy and Cost Saving New Year, here is one thing we think would be a good resolution for some users: Practice Safe Texting! Whoops! This man is unprotected!While we encourage people to use their phones, we would like to discourage UNPROTECTED TEXTS. Indeed, Britain created […]
And interesting development: AT&T has ended their A-list September 1st, poof!
For those of you who are not Bill Police clients, the A-list was an AT&T program which allowed for EACH PHONE to have their top 10 numbers called to be added into a program which rated these calls as mobile–to-mobile calls, thereby reducing peak minutes. Because your voice charges are based off peak minutes in your pool, if you reduce your pool you will reduce the access fee you pay. Translation: Mobile-to-mobile minutes reduce your bill.
Who decided a text message would be limited in scope? How was it decided? Frustrated rewording a text to work within the limit?
Alone in a room in his home in Bonn, Germany, Friedhelm Hillebrand sat at his typewriter, tapping out random sentences and questions on a sheet of paper.
As he went along, Hillebrand counted the number of letters, numbers, punctuation marks and spaces on the page.
Take a look at the below article from the Washington Post. All of us have been behind someone who holds up the green light as they are busy texting. Cell phones, blackberries, PDA’s are incredible efficiency machines there is no doubt. With the advent of new technologies comes these types of questions.