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Stefan Constantinescu

As an iPhone user I was shocked when iOS 5 came out and basically took over SMS with iMessage. Most of my friends have an iPhone, so now I'm not paying 6 cents for every text I send. I'm on prepaid by the way. I'm sure if I was on postpaid I would have signed up for an unlimited SMS package.

Thevoiceontelecom.blogspot.com

Great points on both that SMS might mean something totally different in Africa than in Europe in 10 years, and why it might survive the OTT push.

And even if it does go free, SMS projections are still for growth (driven by Asia) for years yet. Plenty of time to figure out the next step.

http://thevoiceontelecom.blogspot.com/2011/10/can-trillions-of-text-messages-sustain.html

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