Sat, 08 Dec 2012 6:18p.m.
The text's demise could come sooner than anyone predicted.
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10/12/2012 12:02:50 a.m.
Not everyone into getting on fb all the time or having time to download apps on the cell phone, what about the older folks or the younger kids, there is age restriction for setting up account on fb. Saying texting doesn't make profit, so what profit does the ph companies make money out of sending messages through fb or other apps?? And not everyone has wifi connection and the 3G is slow unless the mobile company gives free wifi throughout the whole country that everyone can use their smart phone anyway in NZ, I bet they won't be!!!
9/12/2012 10:30:52 a.m.
there's a kiwi start-up launched earlier this year that provides greater reach than the over-the-top messaging providers - the Vmail app for smartphones enables messaging to anyone in your contact list - check out their website at www.vmailapp.com
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