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Unlimited messaging/ AIM
I have read other posts on the forums about the unlimited text messaging plan and using AIM and all that stuff with it, I have a Razor and am using the installed AIM for it but it still says data is being sent is it safe to say I can disreguard seeing that? I know people say that what you see and what you get billed for are different just wanted to make sure.
I have read other posts on the forums about the unlimited text messaging plan and using AIM and all that stuff with it, I have a Razor and am using the installed AIM for it but it still says data is being sent is it safe to say I can disreguard seeing that? I know people say that what you see and what you get billed for are different just wanted to make sure.
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You won't be charged for data when using the pre-installed IM client.  Even though you have to "use" data to sign in, it's covered under your messaging plan.
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You won't be charged for data when using the pre-installed IM client.  Even though you have to "use" data to sign in, it's covered under your messaging plan.
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You won't be charged for data when using the pre-installed IM client.  Even though you have to "use" data to sign in, it's covered under your messaging plan.
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