Short message—Candy or Posin?

Guangzhou, China
April 2, 2010 1:04am CST
With the popular of mobile phone , lots of modern citizens have already been accustomed to enjoy the service of sending and recieving short message.But people's opinions vary. Some claim that sending and recieving short message is wasting not only time but also money.It will also cause certain illness.Thanking the advantages and disadvantages ,I prefer the short messages. First of all,comparing with the fee of the long distance phone call,sending short messsage is much cheaper.Secondly, in the efficiencyconcerning society,there is hardly any better choice to deliver fresh regards to our companions at any time than making short message. What about you? How do you think of the short message?Candy or Posin?
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3 responses
@ronaldinu (12440)
• Malta
2 Apr 10
Short messages are not my favourite type of communication. First of all I don't have that dexterity to press the tiny buttons on my Personal Digital Assistant and I do take ages to write even the shortest message. Secondly our local mobile company who also provides tv and internet service, gives me about 400 minutes free per month. So I found it cheaper to pick up my mobile and phone my wife whenever I need to call her. I prefer having a short conversation than typing several short messages in case there are some misunderstandings. I do agree with you that SMS do saves time and money when you are communicating with loved one or friends abroad.
• Guangzhou, China
2 Apr 10
Ueah, as for the time you are thinking about, I think it may take you a long time, but it is still a good way to save some money ,I think .
@dorannmwin (36698)
• United States
4 Apr 10
I am not at all fond of short messages. I can understand where texting comes in handy in certain situations, but I don't think that it is appropriate the majority of the time. The reasons that I feel that it is appropriate to use text messaging is when you aren't able to use your cellular phone in the typical manner. I also think that it is somewhat appropriate when dealing with business if that is what interests a specific customer. However, I very rarely use my phone for text messaging because it gets on my nerves.
• China
2 Apr 10
Hi,there.I do prefer short messages to calls.You know ,sometimes,we just feel that some words are so difficult to say it out ,but we can write them down easily and send it to the one.In addition,it's much cheaper than making a call,right? So I usually send texts but seldom make a call.