By springbreak09 - 01/04/2009 06:03 - Mexico
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"but international texts usually doesn't fall under it, because they're more expensive" "More expensive", as in, "great big scam". It's not like your text messages have to go through customs when they cross the border or something. Sure, there's some cost overhead in exchanging the messages between networks, but not enough to justify what they charge.
You know what they say: if you lend somebody $0.75, and you never see them again, it was probably worth it. It sucks, and it's a classless act by him. But hey - I'm out $200 for a plane ticket in a similar enough situatoin, and it was still worth it :p animalhouse: I don't know what plan you have, but all of the major carriers I know of in the US don't let you choose which texts to receive; you could block a user, or block them all, but who'd block their boyfriend?