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Wed, Aug 5, 2020 7:22 AM

All texts showing as data usage on bill

Why are my husbands text messages all showing up as data on our current bill? It’s always shown text, mms, phone number, time, ect. Now it seems strange for all his messages to have no information, especially configuring he just got caught having an affair. Help me!

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2 months ago

Looks like he’s using a texting app which uses data not texts 

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2 months ago

Now it seems strange for all his messages to have no information, especially configuring he just got caught having an affair.

That means he is no longer using ATT’s messaging service (SMS/MMS texts), he is using an alternative messaging service. 

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