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Long SMS

(Concatenated SMS)

A feature allowing sending and receiving text messages (SMS) longer than the usual 128 or 160 character limit. Long messages can be composed as one, and are automatically split up into smaller messages to send over the network. Maximum lengths vary, from about 300 characters to over 1,000, depending on the phone.

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