Thursday, September 16, 2010
Tax Coming To Text Messages?
Disruption ahead for businesses that use text messaging for alerts and ads?
Service providers are finding any way to increase revenues.
GogaOM reports that:
Beginning Oct. 1, T-Mobile USA will charge a toll of one-quarter of one cent to businesses for every SMS delivered to its customers.
That’s right, the Twitters of the world could soon have to pay to send your texts.
What are other immediate ways businesses can alert consumers via the mobile?
How will this affect spammers?
Will this cause a shift to email?
What if Facebook, or Twitter announced they would no longer support SMS services with this provider?
What if there was a way to push a text message thru the Net? or better yet, through a Facebook Group/app?
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