Does the texting price depend on the # of texts..or like how many word are in each text message?

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4 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    The safe answer is: "depends on your carrier and plan." That said, I've personally never heard of a carrier charging per word. It's pretty much always the number of messages, regardless of their length.

    One final word of warning: some new phones will automatically split long text messages into more than one message if it's longer than the network can handle. (Usually somewhere between 100-250 characters.) It's a nice feature, but can result in being billed for more messages than you think if you're not aware.

  • 1 decade ago

    well you can send only 300 words in a text if try to do more then they are sent as linked messages and you will be charged per link the same cost as per sms while typing a message just look at the top right side you will know how many characters you have been typing

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    All cell phone providers have different rules for texting.

    1) unlimitied texting-meaning you can text as munch as you want and pay a monthly fee. i pay $15 for my unlimited texting... I know alot

    2) .10cnts for each message you recieve

    I have not known any cell phone providers to charge you on how man words are in each text... if that was the case than people's bills would be really high

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    On my plan (Verizon) it's 10 cents per text message transmitted and recieved, no matter how many words it contains.

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