Posted on Dec 17, 2007 by Caroline Sinel in SMS Industry
A friend told me just this morning that Globe’s UNLITXT services has ended. So I went to TxtPower‘s website and found out that it is true. According to the website:
For the second time this year, Globe Telecom stopped its unlimited texting service without any public announcement.
At a time when we expect a deluge of Christmas greetings through text, subscribers are now forced to avail of a so-called Sulitxt15 service that gives 100 text messages for P15.
Posted on Nov 06, 2007 by Caroline Sinel in SMS Services
If Yahoo SMS Messenger was initially available to Globe and Smart subscribers, SUN Cellular also developed a similar service called iMessenger, where IM users can login and chat via SMS. Good thing about their service is their availability, not only to Yahoo users but to MSN, AOL and ICQ users as well! This service has been available since January 2006. Continue Reading
Posted on Oct 23, 2007 by Caroline Sinel in SMS Services
If you are always on the go and don’t want to miss a single message on your Yahoo Messenger (YM), then you must use Yahoo SMS Messenger. All you need is an SMS-capable phone and you’re good to go!
This particular Yahoo service started somewhere between late 2003 and early 2004, but its only now that I’m starting to appreciate it. Continue Reading
Posted on Sep 29, 2007 by Caroline Sinel in TxtBuff SMS Plugin
Finally, TxtBuff SMS plugin is now available for download. It allows you to display the latest SMS quotes and text messages from TxtBuff on your website. You can choose to display only from a specific author, a category, or just the latest text messages in general. You can style them with CSS too! Continue Reading
Posted on Sep 24, 2007 by Caroline Sinel in Text Messaging
Text messaging still remains the primary means of communication among Filipinos, even if email and instant messaging have been introduced. Given that almost every Filipino owns a cellphone, there’s no doubt that text messaging has become one of the most important means of communication in the Philippines. Continue Reading