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mihaimm

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[citation][nom]thecolorblue[/nom]for a sum total network bandwidth burden of 1 megabyteLESSON: per text charges are completely ridiculous[/citation]
Actually 440 000 000 * 140 bytes = 61 600 000 000 bytes = 60 156 250 Kb = 58 746 Mb = 57 Gb. More or less, depending on the average length of the messages sent.
 

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Well,we dont know the average size of the text. Maybe people decided to write more plus the heading of the data, etc.. but even if it was 440 GB, spread thru the whole network is it much. And @silverblue: looks like you don't live in the USA. You'd be s urprised that the big networks still can charge pet text.
 

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Lotus Elan? Good luck. :p

[citation][nom]victorintelr[/nom]Well,we dont know the average size of the text. Maybe people decided to write more plus the heading of the data, etc.. but even if it was 440 GB, spread thru the whole network is it much. And @silverblue: looks like you don't live in the USA. You'd be s urprised that the big networks still can charge pet text.[/citation]

Correct. Off contract, it's still easy to get packages or bundles which include text allowances, but I've got an old phone sat somewhere which, I admit, would cost per text if I was to use it.
 
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