High-Margin SMS Business Carriers Slow Down

Near about 4 years of wireless carriers in the country of US has now been making a brilliant chunk of revenue from the text messaging, which is charging anything around $0.20 for a text towards $20 a month for the unlimited text messaging plan. But it is very sorry to say that the proper growth in the volume of the messaging text has now been slowing down due to increment of the smartphone messaging applications as well as continuous rising of the email.

So according to the organization of the wireless tread just only 1 trillion of the texts message were sent in the 2nd part of the 2010. It happens in such condition while that still represents an incensement of 8.8% from the prior 6th months that can also be declared as the slimmest gain in the past decade.

Moreover this trend will luckily to continue along with several services like BlackBerry’s messenger as well as the newly launched iMessage from the house of the Apple. Aside from that Wall Street Journal also says that Google is now also working on its self IM services for the Android, though they already have one i.e. Google talk. Whatever the case going through, but still AT&T believes that their high demand for the texting plans must be persisted for a long time as because they are not locked down towards a single platform or circumstances.

Instant messaging application from the Kik to WhatsApp always give people the potentiality of exchanging text as well as photos across many platforms without taking any extra charges, but the main fact is still a vast majority of the people are using so-called features of the mobile phones where these application cannot reach. Which is also going to change over the time when the adoption of the smartphone continuous to grow as well as we are not going to see a declaration in the usage of the SMS, but also the regular voice calls because the people start using VoIP now.

But it is sorry to say still there are some carriers which always charge customers more for the usage of data in order to make up for the decline.