Record texters get $26,000 phone bill waived

Two central Pennsylvania men with more time than sense decided to set a text-messaging record in March, exchanging over 217,000 messages in 30 days. Although they had an unlimited texting plan, they still got a $26,000 phone bill, which came in a box that cost $27.55 to send. Fortunately, T-Mobile agreed to waive the fees. As for the actual messages themselves, most, depressingly and predictably, consisted entirely of "Hello" or, worse, "LOL." Keep reading...

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