You might say, answering machines served a genuine need and texting doesn't. But that's your opinion. Many people think texting works better for them. I don't think saying "you crazy kids with your silly texting" is going to stop them any more than my great aunt yelling at the answering machine stopped me.Karen I still called AT&T and put a stop to text messages.I told them I would not pay for them.And I have no intentions of sending them.I am of the opinion that the person who sends a message should be the one who pays for it - not the person who receives it either willingly or unwillingly.End of discussion.AM
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