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mhhf1ve
mhhf1ve
5/6/2016 10:09:06 PM
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Re: Going Retro
Hmm. How does the school district block texting from other apps? SMS isn't the only way to send text msgs... Unless they block ALL wireless data somehow? There's still Snapchat, Whatsapp, YikYak, FB Messenger, etc, etc... 

 

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Ariella
Ariella
5/5/2016 2:56:06 PM
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Re: Going Retro
< do know I didn't choose a particular service provider specifically because the school district blocks it so kids can't text in class. By using their main competitor, we get around that!>

@Alison wow, why did they single out only the one? I can understanding blocking service altogether, but if you do that you have to cover all the service providers, not just one.

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Alison Diana
Alison Diana
5/4/2016 2:51:19 PM
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Re: Going Retro
I do know I didn't choose a particular service provider specifically because the school district blocks it so kids can't text in class. By using their main competitor, we get around that! Now I'd quite like to at least look at this company, especially given the deals they keep offering, but cannot do so until my kid graduates HS!

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Ariella
Ariella
5/4/2016 10:18:18 AM
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Re: Going Retro
@kq4ym well, if you're going to address tween and teeens, it makes sense to include moms because the parents are usually the ones who have to subscribe to the services. Minors usually can't enter into a contract on their own. 

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kq4ym
kq4ym
5/3/2016 8:01:51 PM
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Re: Going Retro
T-Mobile, discusses the service provider's free data plan, then milleniums, tweens and teens, even mom got included in the topics at Orlando. There's going to be a wild array of folks to please in this new environment! I wonder how much may turn out to be "free" or will marketers come up with new gimmicks to garner new customers.

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WestCoas24001
WestCoas24001
5/3/2016 3:56:02 PM
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Maybe it's my middle age eyes
Maybe it's my middle-aged eyes, but I totally can't read the text in the "how I google something/how my Mom googles something" slide. Anyone?

Now I need to get back to finding the "ANY" key on my computer.

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WestCoas24001
WestCoas24001
5/3/2016 3:54:58 PM
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Re: Going Retro
"That's not how it works!"

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WestCoas24001
WestCoas24001
5/3/2016 3:53:31 PM
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Re: Going Retro
You can use this to answer your Mom's questions. I'm sure she'll like that. 

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Joe Stanganelli
Joe Stanganelli
5/1/2016 11:41:32 AM
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Re: Going Retro
@Alison: Here's the ad to which you're referring: (LINK)

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Ariella
Ariella
5/1/2016 10:51:50 AM
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Re: Going Retro
@Alison Retailers are also getting the message, though implmenting it rather slowly. When CVSgives me the choice of printing out a coupon or sending it to card as a digital coupon, I always opt for the latter. But it still prints out its very long receipts with the coupons instead of offering that they too get linked to the card digitally. 

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