Due to message costs rising to the point where people have a "booster" activated on their mobile phone plan every single time, most resort to call and get the message over than waste time or money on a message. Discuss.
I prefer calling than texting... Texting becomes a pain sometimes. I have seen many people relying on smsing during emergency. Why dont you pick up the phone and call that person. Call rates are much cheaper than messages.
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iCall... I haven't heard someone using SMS in emergency.
There's no logic but, if someone messages you and asks you whether you'll come or where you are. You'll obviously text him and not call.
Most of teenagers and collegians use it just to finish their free SMS quota. In younger age, I used to get some 4-5 messages of that kind daily. In that scenario, you spend 'x' amount of money for 'y' messages. But company provides the plan of '10*y' messages. So, why not go for it!? And then you'll start texting people because you need to spend '>10*y' messages.
Every body has bad habit(s). I am single guy so I don't need to text anyone. My calls usually end within the first minute(unless it is from my family). So whenever a promotional call comes I always say, don't bother me, just give me 1paise/sec that is enough. Not only that but I am too lazy to type as well
IMHO, SMSs are only for prospective couples and for those need conference calls but cannot have them for some reason. Voice messages are cooler.
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