On Fri, 3 Dec 2004, Martin List-Petersen wrote:
> It does still require a SMS centre and this SMS centre has to be
> accessible from landlanes, which I don't know, if that is supported
> in Ireland.
At least one does.
> Even if they opened up for that, they probably would charge you the
> regular sms rates.
They dont seem to charge anything, last I checked. You just pay for
the call. (which presumably they get a cut on, given the SMSC number
is a mobile number).
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