|Re: Can You Disable Text Messaging?|
Fri, 10 Jun 2005 05:56:13 -0500
>>> That's interesting. Both Verizon and Sprint have disabled SMS
>> Maybe it has to do with the way GSM works. You didn't mention AT&T
Isaiah Beard wrote:
> It is, but can be inhibited if need be. I have to say, SMS seems to
Are there on-line specs for GSM and/or CDMA ?
> I'm willing to bet that T-Mobile is unwilling to fully disable SMS on
Do they send the voicemail 'digitally compressed' [eg. simulated] ?
What is the average bits/sec which they need ?
Thanks for any info.
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