Oh, you mean they’re not going to make as much money off of the million percent markup they impose on the messages that they more or less pay nothing to send? That’s really too bad.

There’s a reason why dozens of startups as well as the big guys like Apple and Nokia are now going after this market: it’s ripe for disruption. Two key factors: complacency and greed.

In other words, the carriers’ calling cards.

  1. jimbostream reblogged this from parislemon and added:
    Well said.
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