Utsav Handa - 2009-10-18 05:14:58 - In reply to message 1 from isicom
Thank you for your comments.
While testing the package may be you have read the README file notes.
Some networks require activation to allow this service.
Most networks provide this service completely free, but some do not. It is advisable to check
with your own provider to check this out before using the service heavily. In most cases the cost
of the message is covered by standard texting plans (e.g. free texts). Note however that it is the
receiver that will pay any associated charges - hence the reason for activation above.
Pete Clark - 2012-08-12 12:41:13 - In reply to message 2 from Utsav Handa
In answer to the question "Who can use it", it can be used by advertisers who want to received enquiries.
Many countries already have Freephone (or cheap calls) where an advertiser will pay to received enquiries, and this is the same.
I am considering trying this out, where I have advertisers who would be pleased to receive a message telling them someone is interested in their product, and will be happy to pay for that information, and then call the enquirer back.
Although, I haven't tried it, I live in Spain, where telecommunications is very bad - so we will have to see...