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    Way to find out how many Text messages you have used?

    Anyone know if there is a way to keep track of how many text messages that you send/recieve? I have been just keeping count in my inbox and outbox and been writing them down to keep track after i delete all of them. Anyone know of another way?

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    yeah i think that might be the easiest way.

    just keep like 150 total text's on your phone untill it says like low memory, delete it and then save upto 150 more and just keep track like that...

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    yeah thats what i have been doing...just going to keep doing that. thanks for the input!

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    Just get the unlimited plan and check the bill when it comes. I sent just about 4000 last month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flying_Hellfish
    Just get the unlimited plan and check the bill when it comes. I sent just about 4000 last month.
    4000? that's all?, i only about 10000! (no kidding eighter)

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    I've been going up by about 1000 a month lately, soon it'll be a better number.

    yeah for the extra few dollars unlimited is way better than trying to keep track every month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skippinjack
    4000? that's all?, i only about 10000! (no kidding eighter)

    unlimited is a beautiful thing isn't it?
    wow how did you send that many on Nextel. With my math you have lost at least 400 messages from non delivery or disappearing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tDAWG
    wow how did you send that many on Nextel. With my math you have lost at least 400 messages from non delivery or disappearing.
    Yeh, it seems like that's the way it goes. I tried calling Customer Care and asking them how text messages were billed since a lot of them are not received, not received on time, or come in two pieces (either half in one half in the other, or full in one and an error in the other), and they always say that they have never had an issue with text messages and that there is no way to credit you for those messages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tDAWG
    wow how did you send that many on Nextel. With my math you have lost at least 400 messages from non delivery or disappearing.
    no joke, but ALOT of them are in the form of emails to email addresses, i mean why not use my phone for email to right?

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