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December 28, 2008


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Tony Palik

Something I have wondered about which I was hoping the article would touch on is how the carrier deal with services which generate large amounts of SMS such as Twitter ? I can see the revenue stream from users sending tweets, but what about all the device updates from Twitter ? How about something like Flightaware.com, which can send out alerts on flights. I have been looking for representative revenue models but haven't found any yet. Any pointers would be appreciated.

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