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  1. #16
    MJT
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    Re: Text messaging stuff on new years morning?

    Michael wrote:

    >> We'll see. I'll note the charges, if they're there, when I get my next
    >> bill.

    >
    > We'll see, you wanker. We wont hear from you again


    You know, Michael, you really do need to get a life. Fancy getting all
    fired up over something so mundane and banal as an internet forum
    discussion on SMSing.

    Tell me. Are you trying to out-Speed Speed in your obnoxiousness, or
    does it come naturally?



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  2. #17
    Intel Inside
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    Re: Text messaging stuff on new years morning?


    No I don't.


    "Jim Jones" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Intel Inside" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news[email protected]
    >> Common prob at that time as network is temporarily overloaded, even with
    >> Telstra.
    >> The actual # sent around that time is huge. Big $
    >> Keep trying.
    >>

    >
    > you don't think asking him to keep trying will just make the network more
    > overloaded for all the other users?
    >






  3. #18
    kcoj
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    Re: Text messaging stuff on new years morning?

    Michael wrote:
    > "MJT" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    >>Michael wrote:
    >>
    >>
    >>>>Today, I found that none of the messages got through. It'd be
    >>>>interesting to see what the percentage rate is for those that did and
    >>>>didn't get through. Looks like money for jam for Telstra, etc...
    >>>
    >>>Money for jam? How? If they didnt transmit to the Telstra SMSC, you dont
    >>>get charged.

    >>
    >>We'll see. I'll note the charges, if they're there, when I get my next
    >>bill.

    >
    >
    > We'll see, you wanker. We wont hear from you again
    >
    >

    sms is charged upon acceptance by the smsc, and then delivery is
    attempted, small print in contract will say " best effort" or similar on
    delivery to b party.

    networks "throttle systems" and change retry schedules and expiry period
    on smsc during peak times
    congestion is goin to happen at peak times ie new years etc, dont know
    what all the fuss is:
    happy days



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