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  1. #1
    ProdigalAshes
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    I am a Verizon Wireless customer, and I just recently discovered the
    feature known as Mobile IM. What I would like to know, is does it cost
    to send and receive instant messages to people who have Mobile IM set
    up on their Verizon Wireless too?


    For example, I log on to Mobile IM with my AOL Instant Messenger
    screenname, and I want to message a user who has their AOL Instant
    Messenger screenname signed on in Mobile IM on their Verizon Wireless
    cell phone. Would this cost to have a conversation back and forth?
    Because I have a text messaging plan to where I can send and receive
    texts to any Verizon Wireless customer for free, plus get 50 additional

    text messages to send/receive after that to non-Verizon Wireless
    customers.


    Does anyone have any idea about this? If you do not understand what I
    am saying, feel free to ask for a more in-depth description. Thanks in
    advance.




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  2. #2
    JoshIII
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    Re: Mobile IM Questions.

    "ProdigalAshes" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I am a Verizon Wireless customer, and I just recently discovered the
    > feature known as Mobile IM. What I would like to know, is does it cost
    > to send and receive instant messages to people who have Mobile IM set
    > up on their Verizon Wireless too?
    >
    >
    > For example, I log on to Mobile IM with my AOL Instant Messenger
    > screenname, and I want to message a user who has their AOL Instant
    > Messenger screenname signed on in Mobile IM on their Verizon Wireless
    > cell phone. Would this cost to have a conversation back and forth?
    > Because I have a text messaging plan to where I can send and receive
    > texts to any Verizon Wireless customer for free, plus get 50 additional
    >
    > text messages to send/receive after that to non-Verizon Wireless
    > customers.
    >
    >
    > Does anyone have any idea about this? If you do not understand what I
    > am saying, feel free to ask for a more in-depth description. Thanks in
    > advance.
    >


    JoshIII says:
    Any Mobile IM (AOL IM) address is *different* than "Any Verizon Wireless
    Customer" as referenced by your Verizon text messaging plan. Even if the
    other Mobile IM user is on the Verizon network.

    I am afraid in this case, sending Mobile IM messages will not be free with
    Verizon.

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