SMS rants

Friday, March 11, 2005

Spam attack in Japan on DoCoMO users

The nerves of Japanese mobile users are put on trial. Most of the customers of Japanese mobile carrier NTT DoCoMo get 30 SMS spam messages per day, despite aggressive filtering and tough anti-spam laws. Can you imagine what this means for a very busy person who talks all day on the cellular? What means to lose time by reading 30 messages, most of them useless? Not to mention getting 30 sms alerts and realizinf it's only spam... Sca-ry! Korean mobile users are a little luckier because they get an average of 20 SMS spam messages per day. Those from the countries of the third world have now a reason to be happy. They don’t have such problems!


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