Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Free SMS Text Messages From Your iPhone

For those of you currently enjoying the free 200 SMS text messages that come bundled with your EDGE-only iPhone data plan, you’re not going to like AT&T’s decision to cut the bundled text messages with the upcoming iPhone 3G rate plans

the iPhone 2.0's $200 price tag until he was blue in the face. But anyone paying any attention at all quickly noticed that AT&T is making up the difference by upping the price of SMS messages. Under the iPhone's new data plans, you pay $5 per month for 200 messages (which is what was included with the original plan), $15 per month for 1500 messages, or $20 per month for unlimited messages.

If you’re a texter, you’ll love Messages on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Now they all come with iMessage, a service that’s an even better kind of texting. Because it’s free for you and anyone texting over Wi-Fi using an iOS device or Mac with iMessage.

Without the ability to text, you can bet that so-called smartphone would be an instant failure in today's market. On your iPhone 5,you have the option to either send a standard SMS/MMS message (which can cost you) or an iMessage Of course, Apple iPhone your iPhone is ready to text, but what about the recipient's device? The device must support the SMS texting protocol to exchange standard text messages with your iPhone.

That will allow you to send free SMS messages from your iPhone or iPod Touch. The App isn’t free, but the texts you send from it will be. Once the App has been released,

To ensure that all of your messages are ever sent through the iMessage network, consider sending iMessages only to the email address of the iMessage recipient instead of their iPhone phone

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