Originally Posted by Kumabjorn
They can charge you for receiving SMS?
Sometimes I just don't understand you Americans.
They would never ever be allowed to charge you here for something you haven't specifically ordered or requested.
Yes, SMS is an add on service with AT&T, $20 per month gets you unlimited text and free cell to cell with any cell carrier (AT&T to AT&T is free). I might use ten or so texts per month so my typical SMS bill is about $2. Lets see, figger figger
$2 - $20... Why I believe $2 is better.
With my last carrier, Sprint, texts and cell to any carrier was included in the plan but AT&T's not willing to let go of that cash cow.