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The free-SMS app normally costs $5.99, so snag it free while you can. No annual fees, just a few ads and unlimited free texting.
If you've got six bucks to spare, you can get a year's worth of free texting--complete with new-message alerts that appear even when your iPhone is off.
And while you're at it, a few strategic voice/data plan selections can get your monthly AT&T bill down as low as $55. Still pricey, sure, but at least reasonable.
Teens in particular are turning to an app that assigns a real phone number and turns their iPod into a free texting device. Should carriers be worried?
Every two weeks, CNET editor Nicole Lee answers your questions about cell phones and cell phone accessories in The 411.
iTunes' rundown of the most popular iTunes music, movies, TV shows, and apps for 2009 has been released.
Who needs pricey SMS when you can get free, real-time conversations via instant messaging? These two popular IM apps just got the push-notification treatment.
Tired of racking up massive SMS bills every month? TextPlus lets you send and receive messages without spending a dime. Plus, it lets you text groups, not just individuals.
Having trouble keeping tabs on your monthly SMS allotment? Need help connecting to an AT&T hot spot? These apps will help you solves these and other iPhone problems.
Apple may charge an arm and a leg for iPhone service, but you can score some truly excellent apps without spending a penny.