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  1. #1
    Tom
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    I used to be able to get text messages sent to my phone from MSN Messenger.
    Now it says that Sprint doesn't support it. I got the application of MSN on
    my phone now and that's a pain in the ass. before they could just click on
    my name and send message to my phone. Now I have to be logged into MSN on
    my phone before I get them message and then have to have application
    running. They just do this to make more money?





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  2. #2
    Me
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    Re: MSN Messenger

    By fully supporting MSN Messenger, Sprint enables you to use all of the
    features that are available, including multiple, two-way chats with other
    MSN Messenger users.

    The text message "feature" was just a way for one-way communications for
    those who do not have full MSN Messenger support.

    Jim

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    "Tom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    I used to be able to get text messages sent to my phone from MSN Messenger.
    Now it says that Sprint doesn't support it. I got the application of MSN on
    my phone now and that's a pain in the ass. before they could just click on
    my name and send message to my phone. Now I have to be logged into MSN on
    my phone before I get them message and then have to have application
    running. They just do this to make more money?






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