Contacts re email deliverability problem to tmomail.net?
dsparro at gmail.com
Mon May 17 10:29:09 CDT 2010
On 5/15/2010 6:38 PM, Graham Freeman wrote:
> That may be, but it would surprise me. The carriers still get paid
> by virtue of charging the recipients for the SMSes, and in this
> particular case cutting off this line of communication
> is leaving money on the table, as email->SMS deliverability
> is desired yet optional/secondary functionality of the app.
Based on what I see in the marketplace today, I think that the average
wireless carrier exec doesn't do the same math. For them, I think it's
Q: What's better than a service we can charge our users for?
A: A service we can charge our users for, while at the same time
charging somebody else.
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