T-Mobile USA Battles with Short Code Companies
Violating FEDERAL LAW
Decietful practices, robbing the public, ban them ALL
Every time I see a commercial advertising "1 billion free ring tones, just text such and such to this number" I can't wait to get a stack of pissed off customers yelling at me for the extra $50.00 is charges on their bills the next week.
T-Mobile has every right to ban these fraudulent companies from their network. Period.
Perhaps that is how it's calculated?
Faq em all
Don't use your phone to find Cannabis (that s*** can be tracked, may as well ask a cop if you can barrow his drug sniffing German Heard to find your lost stash)
As far as cha-cha there is this thing called google, get a data plan on your phone and check it out
These short codes are obnoxious. Stop agreeing to these $9.99 subscriptions on your parents bill for games games that blow, ring tones that won't play all that loud and are not the "part" of the song that you wanted .
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as far as chacha goes... suck it up its 25% of a penny... if their network is being bombarded by u they have the right to charge u what they deem it so either work out an agreement like other companies or pay ur dues point blank period... id rather u pay for ur text than to have my bill raised to help support u using the network
all in all i hope tmo fights u all and im sure they will win...
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