The U.S. has more than 30 million cheap bulk text messaging services available to consumers.
A recent survey by the U.K.-based company Vodacomm found that more than half of Americans have a text message account.
That number is likely to continue to grow, however, as more consumers join the growing ranks of text message users.
The majority of U.N. member states, which include Canada, France, Germany, Japan and the U, are using text messaging in some way.
But as more and more text messages are being used to communicate, more countries are beginning to introduce restrictions, with Canada and France the most popular destinations for international texts.
According to Vodapampers, which provides an estimate of how many text messages have been sent or received from a country in the last year, Canada, Japan, France and the United Kingdom accounted for roughly 10 percent of all international text messages in 2014.
That’s a substantial jump from just 3 percent in 2012.
The U, however will continue to be a leader in the text messaging market, with nearly 1.5 billion text messages sent and received in 2014, the company said.
According the Vodasoft report, text messaging accounts in the U: —————Canada, Australia, Japan Canada, Australia and Japan account for more than 70 percent of text messaging worldwide.
Australia accounts for the largest share of text messages (27 percent) and the largest number of texts (2.7 billion).
Canada has also become a destination for international text messaging, as the number of international text calls has more recently surpassed 1.1 billion and as the global mobile internet usage has increased.
Australia, meanwhile, has grown more than 10 percent in the past year.
Japan accounts for less than 1 percent of global text messages and the next largest share is from the U., which accounts for 1 percent.
In a study published in November, the International Telecommunication Union reported that texting is becoming more common as the internet expands the reach of its population.
According to the study, by 2020, 40 percent of people will have access to a smartphone and the number is projected to grow to 80 percent by 2030.
The average mobile user in the world is expected to be between 18 and 50 years old.
With so many consumers in the developing world and around the world being more mobile than ever before, Vodastores analysts believe that the bulk smsb service will continue growing in the years ahead.
For example, in 2019, Vodsoft estimated that the global volume of international bulk smsrbs reached more than $8.5 trillion, up from $5.4 trillion in 2014 and $2.9 trillion in 2011.
According Vodosoft, text message and bulk text services account for $1.4 billion in annual revenue for the U S, $3.6 billion in revenue for Australia, $1 billion in South Korea, $2 billion in Russia and $1 million in China.
The report notes that bulk text accounts account for only about 2 percent of total international SMS and that bulk smds accounts are only one-third of the global SMS market.
Vodastore’s study also found that, in the first quarter of 2015, SMS and bulk SMS revenue increased by about 15 percent and 6 percent, respectively.
According, VODastores, the U was a leader among all countries in terms of SMS volume in the second quarter of 2014.
For the first time in history, the volume of text and bulk texts was greater than the volume in China, which accounted for 15 percent of the world’s SMS volume.VODASTORE estimates that SMS and text services generated about $4.1 trillion in global SMS revenues in 2014-15, up slightly from $3 trillion in the previous year.
In addition to bulk text, Vodo has said that bulk SMS has also been growing steadily over the past decade, with the total number of text sent by SMS growing by more than 35 percent from 2001 to 2014.
Vodo also estimates that bulk SMBs have generated about 6 percent of U S total SMS revenues over the same period.