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AT&T Wireless Launches International SMS Service

7:00 am on June 3, 2007 | Category: Messaging, Telecom Services, Wireless

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AT&T Wireless announced on Thursday that it is launching America’s first widely available overseas text messaging plan, allowing its customers to send SMS messages to other mobile phone users around the world for as little as $0.10 a pop.

Beginning today, AT&T cell phone users will be able to pay $9.99/month for up to 100 international messages to any of over 140 countries.

This new offering clearly reflects the increasing popularity of text messaging in the U.S. market, which has traditionally lagged behind Europe and Asia in take up of SMS services.

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    1. Another great, cost-effective way to send a text message is from your PC with Microsoft Outlook or Lotus Notes. Check it out at http://www.redoxygen.com

      Comment by Thomas Sheahan — June 3, 2007 #

    2. Valuable service from AT&T

      Thanx
      tempdbs – Founder
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      Comment by tempdbs — September 13, 2007 #

    3. Text Messaging is the new tread of marketing products because of uses of mobile phone. According to recent survey about 90% US people read sms and this shows how people interested in mobile. Sending sms through shared short code or own brand short code to customer helps to reach your products to customer. Short code is now used by all popular reality shows, programs, games and election campaigns to send or to populate their message to targeted audiences. See also http://www.txtimpact.com/shared-shortcode.asp

      Comment by justin bryan — July 2, 2010 #

    4. With this great plan, users can easily start mobile marketing campaigns to sale product via text message. Today Text messaging is really effective way to promote product. This unbelievable plan would be really helpful in starting your marketing campaigns with us.

      Comment by mobile marketing — July 12, 2010 #

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