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Old 05-15-2006, 03:17 AM   #1
LoisWakeman
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Default Text msg service via web

Hi all,

I've been asked by a client to find out something about an SMS type service: I have no experience at all of such beasts so don't even know if he's provided enough info for starters! Pointers to any sources of info would be welcome: and of course I'll do my best to plug you as candidates if it goes on to a real project.

"I have been asked to consult to a small group who are planning a text based service offering and they have asked me who they should speak to, to get some outline costs/ info etc on the following:-

  • The likely hosting costs for 200Gb of space and a traffic rate of 10 texts per minute
  • Ideas of the average traffic size for text based information services"
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