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write in the comments area if you gave and/or give this new service a shot.well you can do this with icq and it works in most contries around the world with gsm.i'm glad they're being innovative, and i'm hoping that with deutsche telekom merger maybe there will be more innovation and less of the same ol' same ol'.i think for a lot of users, it may be better to stick with an sms connection to e-mail (also standard on voicestream) and odigo's one-way service copying incoming chat messages to any sms-capable phone when offline(), or icq.pros: * you don't have to explain things to friends/co-workers if you're away and need to im them — except to warn them not to expect long, hard-to-type replies.* since sms message are short, using aim saves space because no address takes up precious characters in the message itself, unlike sms e-mail.cons:* the command numbers are pretty hard to remember, except (“4646” = “go im”).* aim doesn't let you msg offline aim users (odigo does, but then their sms service is 1-way).* even with t3 predictive typing (not on all phones anyway), messages are painful to write.– by jasonhello: i am on a voicestream plan and i'm happy with it. plus i like the ability to send/receive email to my phone in addition to using the ir port for my notebook.one thing i can't seem to get a hold of is the elusive aim for voicestream customers. points for verizon, they probably have a better maintained website. this is what happens when your 14 year old discovers aim on aol and sets it up on the “emergency phone” they carry for those just in case scenarios. you can send 11,377 messages in 30 days or less even under direct parental supervision kids are more slick today as opposed to when i was a kid (“dammit”) they don't charge by the minute, but rather, by the transmission and receipt of each individual text message, that is a nickel for you to send it and a nickel for the poor slob you sent it to to receive it!maybe this is just shell shock or a tinge of smallprintitis.a nice after thought, you cannot disable or block the service, the usernames cannot be deleted from aol aim (you must go into each and every screen name and modify the profile).it makes me think of a nice sunday afternoon stroll only to discover you have stepped into the stinkiest pile of dog poop well beyond the halfway point of the stroll.

the service is rather limiting on features, options and very costly.sent word that aol's instant messenger program now lets you send and receive instant messages from your gsm-based mobile phone.the only requirement is that you have a voicestream account in the united states and that you can send and receive sms messages. basically, the service works by assigning numbers between 46 to screen names that you place in a mobile device folder.i try to download it to my phone, but the webpage never loads up.. anyway, the question is, where did you guys download the instant messenger for your voicestream phone? here's a great accessory i am doing an ebay spot for:your comment, “the only thing i'm worried about now, though, is using up too many message minutes”, struck a cord. needless to say my “family time” phone plan bill of 8.77 took not just money out of the kids college fund but the wind out of my sails.i want to use it, but can't seem to download it. anybody else out there feel like this set up is just a bit stacked like the odds at a crapps table?

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