On Tuesday 10 April 2007 16:07:34 Mark Haney wrote: > Manuel Arostegui Ramirez wrote: > > On Tuesday 10 April 2007 15:53:59 Alan Cox wrote: > >>>> Not likely to happen, this is wider than ISPs, it's about the ASA and > >>>> its allowing of AUPs on "unlimited" services, I know mobile phone > >>>> operators do the same, "Unlimited" texts usually means about 3000 a > >>>> month... > >>> > >>> 3000 texts a month??? Is that not enough? > >> > >> You've never tried running IP over SMS messages then. Which it must be > >> admitted may be one of the reasons for the 3000 message cap > >> appearing.... > > > > Maybe I misunderstand you, but, apart from that (supposing you have some > > kind of monitoring system such as pandora or nagios which send sms > > messages when an alert is fire, for example), 3000 is a huge amount of > > texts. I'm sure I'd not be able to exceed it anyways... > > I scoff in your general direction (humor intended) my 16 yo daughter > coughed up that many in a week. Trust me, 3000 isn't all that much. :) > Well, of course it's much depending on the scenario you're working or dealing with :-) For me it's too much, even if you use those texts to keep an eye on your servers by using your mobile, as I described in my other mail. I didn't think about being a 16 year-old boy or girl...but you let her to send those texts? Who pays? It's your fault then :-) -- Manuel Arostegui Ramirez. Electronic Mail is not secure, may not be read every day, and should not be used for urgent or sensitive issues.