Textplus App with Verizon

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  1. BBaron46

    BBaron46 New Member

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    I started using textplus about a week ago on my Verizon HTC droid. It was my understanding that this was a free service and the carriers would not charge. I noticed today that my text usage is still being listed under my Verizon.com account. How could this be?
     
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    It's a free appbut not free to text. As you know text are counted. The only way to free texting is Google Voice. Your bill is accurate
     
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    I'm not sure how textplus works but apparently it still uses the same besic method for sending a text...which means you'll be charged for it.

    If you want free texts, you need to sign up and use a service like Google Voice. Google voice uses data (which is unlimited) to send text messages.
     
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    textPlus is defintely free for you to send texts. If you've verified your app with a cell # and have SMS notifications on, standard text messaging rates apply
     
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