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- Short Message Service, a service for sending text messages on a cellular telephone system.
- Sega Master System.
- special mint set
- short man syndrome
- SMS — Seiner Majestät Schiff – literally, "His Majesty's Ship" in German
- n. A text message sent on a cell phone.
- v. To send a message on a cell phone.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
On Rogers (in Canada), this means the received SMS is free rather than paying for having it delivered through the email address associated with your cellphone.
SMS is a very underrated actor imo eating class yeah, puck everyone that doesn't think so
How to Conduct Live Polls Via Twitter and SMS is a great tip for speakers and teachers.
Quite frankly I am sick of being told I should be afraid, be very afraid and am expecting a SMS from the Victorian police any moment now telling me that there is an extreme financial meltdown warning and I should stay glued to my local ABC radio for further details.
As everyone knows, mobile phone penetration has grown at an explosive rate in Africa, this means that SMS is a fairly democratic means for getting feedback from people of every demographic across the nation.
The metering by SMS is definitely a novelty in the US only.
And, by the way, SMS is not a reliable method of communciation.
The point on SMS is a good one, not sure what proportion of the votes are SMS vs. dial-in.
Two of the apps above have been covering those features for quite some time (Navizon for GPS and Customize for re-ordering apps), and the third, iSMS for mutli-recipient SMS, is a bit newer, but in addition to multi-recipient SMS, it offers quick-reply templates, emoticons, and a much more robust SMS management system.
Premium SMS is maturing, billing is becoming stricter (a year an a half ago all you needed was a phone number, no opt-in or confirmation, thus the big issue with “free” ringtones.)