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How to save money by using a service like bulk smus

The US Department of Agriculture has proposed banning bulk SMS messages, a service that allows consumers to send bulk amounts of text messages, without requiring the sender to pay for the service.The proposed rules will take effect on April 1, 2019.The USDA proposes that SMS bulk service providers can not charge users for the SMS

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How much is Google SMS verification service?

Google offers SMS verification to the Indian market for free, but its service has a high cost and a bad user experience.The SMS verification provider, which charges about Rs 100 per SMS, can’t be found in India but Google is offering it for free to its Indian users.Google also offers SMS authentication to a limited

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Telenor: Telenors price of bulk SMS service drops to 0.35%

Telenorg is launching a bulk SMS pricing scheme for its users on its website in India.The pricing, which Telenog claims will bring down the price of SMS in India by 0.36%, is the second-lowest in the world, according to Telenora’s official pricing website.The Telenomas bulk SMS offering is available on its Telenorms portal for a

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‘Don’t bother, it’s just a dummy’: WhatsApp shuts down in India

WhatsApp has been shut down in the Indian market after the company was hacked to steal personal information of more than 50 million users.Users were also targeted by a third-party service that was stealing their passwords and other sensitive information, the company said in a statement.“It is very sad that we are shutting down WhatsApp

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‘Don’t bother, it’s just a dummy’: WhatsApp shuts down in India

WhatsApp has been shut down in the Indian market after the company was hacked to steal personal information of more than 50 million users.Users were also targeted by a third-party service that was stealing their passwords and other sensitive information, the company said in a statement.“It is very sad that we are shutting down WhatsApp

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‘Don’t bother, it’s just a dummy’: WhatsApp shuts down in India

WhatsApp has been shut down in the Indian market after the company was hacked to steal personal information of more than 50 million users.Users were also targeted by a third-party service that was stealing their passwords and other sensitive information, the company said in a statement.“It is very sad that we are shutting down WhatsApp