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  1. rxpapa

    rxpapa New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I am looking for a texting app that allows received text messages to be unlimited in length, without getting broken up into segments. Other improvements would be fine, but this is the one feature I am most interested in.
    Thanks!
    Terry

    Droid X - coming from BB and only had phone few days with little time to really dig deep
     

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  2. asb123

    asb123 Well-Known Member

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    I am pretty sure that its broken up because the network requires that. To get around this, send an mms (your plan may not have these included)
     
  3. rxpapa

    rxpapa New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I am mostly interested in the fact it does it when I receive messages rather than on the sending end. That may be something that cannot be changed if the sender sends as regular text rather than MMS.
    Thanks
     
  4. jrizk07

    jrizk07 New Member

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    Any incoming or outgoing text from Verizon is going to do that. They have made it mandatory to break up messages at 160 characters so they don't overload their network.
     

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