I understand what you mean. However, you also have to look on the flipside. What if you recieved 300 sms messages and then called Tmobile CS up and said someone was abusing the SMS system and they credited ur account for 300 sms? Now you're taking advantage of Tmobile.Originally posted by Paulie
Over the last 4 hours I have gotten over 300 text messages from some person just sending a bunch of random typed crap.
To make things worse... the first rep was an idiot as well as the second. I had to make a 3 calls just to resolve the issue.
This is bull, no carrier should be allowed to charge for incoming text messages. It is out of the control of the user. It's not like calls were you can chose to receive them or not.
It's true that they can stop charging for all incoming SMS, but then that would be lost revenue. In todays' economy, every company needs as much revenue as possible.