Discussion in 'Trip Reports' started by Isafari, Aug 21, 2009.
"On our way to birmingham int how excited am I XX"
Bless....she woke me up
Oh Diane your going be a busy girl. Thanks
"All checked in had breakfast at Frankies. X"
but I don't mind.
Just wait until I'm away for a month and I need someone to do mine
I'd like everyone to send Tracy some luck with her mobile....I'm getting double texts from her! It's ok now but a different story when she's in the US!
I have informed her of this....and got a double text response
Here we go....
"Just boarding woohoo xxx"
must be costing you a fortune when they are in the states, coz you have to pay too dont ya?
receive texts free and if I send texts to the US, it is no more than sending to the UK
really, i will have to look into it from 3 if its the same you can send yours to me and i'll post yours
woohoo - keep 'em coming Tracy!!
As long as the text I am sending is going to a UK mobile, it costs no more. It's the actual calls that are expensive.
If I am in the US and you send me a text, I receive it free but to send a text from the US, it is 25p....this is with Virgin.
ok and the person receiving it has no cost to them, as im sure i got charged when my bro was in cyprus
no charge to receive a text here or US.....with Virgin, other companies may be different.
If I receive a text from a UK phone I am charged. It's not much (I really don't remember how much) but there is a fee for it, even though I have unlimited texting. Weird, huh?
I would be charged if I received a text from a US phone Tink.
OOPS....Edited to say, no I wouldn't be charged to receive a text from a US phone either. Well, I didn't know that!
They are there! Just received a text to say they had landed
Apparently it's warm but thundering!
oh how exciting!
Hope they have a lovely holiday :.
With T mobile its free to receive texts but 25p to send text from USA but if you send a MSM its 20p
She didn't wake you this morning then Diane.
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