Messages+?

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  1. dxg1997

    dxg1997 New Member

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    Does anyone know if messages+ is traceable? I know on my old Droid Charge, it had a messaging thing, but only sent through data. Messages+ works through WiFi or data. If I send messages through it, will they show up on the bill?
     
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    I think that is carrier dependent - if they list the texts sent / received by number or as a total per line...
     
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    I'm on Verizon with unlimited texts. Just curious because I got grounded, and want to text my gf
     
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    I am with VZW and I know on my bill, the texts are listed as totals by line.

    Not sure if they have "itemized" billing on texts anymore...
     
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    Hmm. You use messages+?
     
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    You're grounded, why not accept the punishment and reflect on the cause!
     
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    Cuz that's boring xD besides, it's a stupid reason.
     
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    You may think so....time to grow up
     
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    I just turned 18, trust me I know everything. I'm invincible too
     
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    Well then, move out, pay your own bills, buy your own phone and you won't need to worry about being grounded. Impoverished maybe, but not grounded.
     
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    I have a job, and all my money has been going into getting my car back on the road... Otherwise, I WOULD pay the $40 a month.
     
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    Yes, I get a daily email listing of my kids texts & phone calls which includes dates, times and numbers texted and called. I don't really need the lists but it's part of my Family Base feature where I manage our data safeguards.

    As a parent who has been known to ground her children on many occasions, I would recommend having a conversation with your parents. Discuss the limits of your grounding and what you plan to do to fix or change things.

    Sent from my SM-N920V using Tapatalk
     
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