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post #31 of 42
It depends what network they are on too, if I get free calls to someone I am more likely to call them, but international calls are expensive so if I am out and want to ask someone back home something I will text (or email)
post #32 of 42
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Originally Posted by theimp98 View Post
but can you do both at once>?

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I can

I have a bluetooth so I can text and talk at the same time on the same phone
Yeah, It's an addiction
post #33 of 42
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Originally Posted by Dixie_Darlin View Post
Here lately, I find myself text messaging more then actually talking on the phone. Which is strange because I talk ALOT!
I have a cell phone service which gives me unlimited text messages all day long and I have a cell phone that has a full keyboard on it

Does anyone else do this? Or is it just me?
I dont text that much. But I text more then I use my cellphone. And when I auctually have to dial a number, I find it very difficult because im looking at the letters
post #34 of 42
I txt al da time my spellin nd gramma rly sufrd

So I now make a point when I post to type my words in full, not missing out any letters etc...
post #35 of 42
My husband has the blackberry and they call his text messaging 'Enhanced Text Messaging' which is 3x the cost for a regular one. He got the $5 unlimited text plan too but apparently it doesn't cover enhanced ones. So now we're getting hit with over $100 worth of 'enhanced' text messages. Let's just say, I'm a bit frustrated with both him and Sprint. I don't text message him unless it's an emergency and he's at work which was only about twice.
post #36 of 42
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My husband has the blackberry and they call his text messaging 'Enhanced Text Messaging' which is 3x the cost for a regular one. He got the $5 unlimited text plan too but apparently it doesn't cover enhanced ones. So now we're getting hit with over $100 worth of 'enhanced' text messages. Let's just say, I'm a bit frustrated with both him and Sprint. I don't text message him unless it's an emergency and he's at work which was only about twice.
I would have a fit! I have MetroPCS and everything is unlimited.. Pictures, Text, Sounds..... everything
post #37 of 42
I don't text much at all.
post #38 of 42
I only really text one person, and its this annoying client I have that thinks he can text me at all hours of the day and night with inapprpriate subjects
post #39 of 42
Haven't ever used the text feature on my cellphone.

Like a few others I have the phone as a phone instead of all that other stuff you have to pay extra for.
post #40 of 42
Eh....it is nice for when one or more of the people CAN'T talk on the phone (at work, inclass...etc). When I am at work and I remember something I wanted to tell my SO, I text away! But, other than that or momentary "hey!"s out of boredom...I dont do too much txting.
post #41 of 42
I send a lot of text messages back and forth with my boyfriend. I use my phone more for text messaging than calling. We have been talking back and forth using text messages now for about 2 hours. He can't talk on the phone much at work, but because he works for a company that sells cell phones (and home phones and satellite tv too) he has a work phone and is allowed to use it at work.
post #42 of 42
I have a mobile phone for emergency contact and barely use it. I work on a prepaid credit basis and only have to put a few pounds on it per year as I barely use it.

I will text if I can't get hold of hubby or daughter so that I can leave them a message. This is a good way for us to communicate as I may be teaching and therefore uncontactable when they are free.

Where possible, I would phone them directly. Texting on my phone is far cheaper than making a call.
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