U.S. Carriers Agree to Enhanced Messaging Standards and Features
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Dec 19, 2008, 11:31 AM by Eric M. Zeman
According to the CTIA, all of the major U.S. wireless network operators have agreed to the feature set of Enhanced Messaging (EM) services. EM is a presence-enabled mobile messaging service that allows for richer real-time text messaging and communications than that offered by traditional SMS or MMS. The Group Messaging feature lets multiple users interact with text-based messages on their phones, as well as multi-media files within a group communication session. EM is expected to launch in the third quarter of 2009, and will be inter-operable between the U.S. carriers.
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This should eliminate 😳 "Geez, I never got your text yesterday. Oh wait! here it comes now!" 😁
Or you could just switch from Nextel