How many Text Messages do you receive and send everyday?

Philippines
June 17, 2009 11:35pm CST
If I registered to Unlimited texting promo, I could send at least 1000 text messages everyday. I usually forward a lot of jokes to my phone contacts. I also received at least 200 text daily from my friends. Are you a text addict? If you send at least 300 text daily just by having a normal or unimportant conversation, then I guess you are a certified text addict.
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10 responses
@rushil92 (145)
• India
18 Jun 09
well i am certainly many notches below u. i send barely 15 TMs per day and recieve about 25 i dont forward too many jokes and when i do its only to selected people.text addict??far from it
• United States
18 Jun 09
I'm surprised by my result. 4 send on average and 6 received per day.
• Philippines
19 Jun 09
Wow, that's kinda few. Receiving a lot of messages is not imporatant anyway. But texting is fun. It adds color to life. LOL
@jpso138 (7866)
• Philippines
29 Jun 09
I could not exactly say since it depends on the situation. But on the average, I think I send around 20-30 messages on weekdays and just around 10 during weekend. As you can see, when there are important matters to discuss, I usually call instead of send a message. I get the message faster and clear.
• Philippines
30 Jun 09
Call is better than a text. But here in my place, text is a lot cheaper. For only 2o pesos or half a dollar, you can send unlimited text messages within 24 hours.
@jheLaichie (4439)
• Philippines
21 Jun 09
well i dont all it an addict anyways, you just love sending notes, posts and messaged to friend. but if thats what it is, then i am an addict too. lol! well, i always make sure i am unlimited so that i could text to my friends with out having problems that i might be out of load soon. jhelai
• Philippines
22 Jun 09
Do you have a lot of textmates? I mean do you always exchange texts with your girl friends? like telling the latest news or chikka ? lol.. To make use of my unlimited texting, I often forward jokes.
• China
20 Jun 09
When I was in my university,I sent lots of messages, for kinds of reasons. I almost become a text addict.however, after my graduating, i spent little time on sending messages. I thought giving a call is more useful.
• Philippines
20 Jun 09
what made you change? Are you busy working now? Yeah giving a call is useful and more assured because sometimes, people might misread tx or won't be able to read or receive the text.
@seymiss (623)
19 Jun 09
Text messages saves money especially when comunicating with someone overseas,instead of doing that call a text is send which is less costly.Anyway i do not consider me as a text addict,i've had my fun moments but i dont forward anything only have the normal chat come to think of it text messages was invented for deaf people apparently now it seems the whole world is deaf hehe.cheers
• Philippines
20 Jun 09
Really? Is that true? Thanks for the information. Yes, I agree with you. texting helps a lot because here in our country, texting is a lot cheaper compared to calling.
@mkchaves (533)
• Canada
19 Jun 09
uhm. i dont count. lol. i register to that unli text, when @ work, i seldom touch my phone. @ break i just text a couple of people and ask something, when i get home, i usually take a nap - uhm.. then when i wake up, i text 1 person, asking him what he have been up to. then if he doesnt reply, i just leave my phone behind. lol. usually i send 100 text a day. or so, depends on my mood and who's replying. lol :D i dont forward msgs though
• Philippines
19 Jun 09
aah.. So you're not really a txt addict. I think you are a busy person.
@galileo2008 (1146)
• Philippines
18 Jun 09
I am a certified Text Addict... if I register to unlimited text whole day, I can send around 300-400 text messages to my friends. Text massages may vary from the very important ones to just a plain friendly conversation; from forwarded text messages to simply "good morning!" greetings; and from those corny text jokes to the more inspiring ones. I just can't get rid of my cellphone, and being able to receive simple "Hi" and "Hello" greetings from a few of my friends could brighten up my day.
• Philippines
19 Jun 09
Wow. I think when you get old, you must have sent about 10,000,000 text messages. Who do you usually text with? your bestfriend? family? special someone?
@dianmelydia (2272)
• Indonesia
18 Jun 09
My cellphone operator gives me 100 free sms daily. But i never use all of them. I seldom sending sms. In a day, i usually send 20 sms and receive 20 to 30 sms. I'm not so addicted with texting service by cellphone. Here in my country we have a cheap calling rate due to the operators competition. At certain operator, with only 3 to 5 cents USD (in equivalent), we can calling a number for up to 1 hour. So i prefer to make a voice call. Have a nice day and happy mylotting.
• Philippines
19 Jun 09
I wish we had cheaper calls too but calling consumes much of the battery so I still prefer texting.
@silverglint (2001)
• Philippines
30 Jun 09
I am not into texting anymore, not like when I was in college when SMS messaging was just being launched, texting was still free back then so my friend and i would just keep on texting each other even though it is not important. Nowadays, calling seems to be more practical and faster, there are also so many other ways to communicate like the internet. I seldom touch my phone unless i need to inform someone who is not online about something. I usually prefer to communicate online.
@russso (1700)
• Philippines
18 Jun 09
I'm not registered to any unlimited texting promo. I would receive about one hundred text messages on my personal number and more than 250 in my work number. If I'd estimate, I send about the same amount of messages assuming that I always reply to the people who text me. I am not a text addict. I text people only when I need to.