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  1. sharpsied

    sharpsied New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I was looking around at the settings and on the "sms network" part of it I saw that the default carrier for chompsms is T-Mobile, does that mean that phones from other carriers get charged extra for using it? I'm on Verizon and if that's the case then id probably go back to the default messaging app.
     

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  2. NurseDroid

    NurseDroid New Member

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    No, you just need to select CDMA. I think it just means that T- Mobile sends their texts differently. I use Chomp and have not been charged any differently.
     

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