Cool deal: Beyond160 lets you send texts with 160+ characters

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Beyond160 lets you send an SMS with more than 160 characters, the limit CDMA users have on a text message. With this app, users can type unlimited text messages on their Verizon, Sprint, Alltel, U.S. Cellular, etc. BlackBerry devices.

Purchase Beyond160 for $3.50 (normally $6.99).

UPDATE: This deal is no longer available and Beyond160 has returned to the normal price.

  • Aaron

    SMS has a limit of 160 characters, and it doesn’t matter which network it is on. GSM/CDMA, etc. It’s part of the protocol.

  • Aaron

    SMS has a limit of 160 characters, and it doesn’t matter which network it is on. GSM/CDMA, etc. It’s part of the protocol.

  • Aaron

    SMS has a limit of 160 characters, and it doesn’t matter which network it is on. GSM/CDMA, etc. It’s part of the protocol.

  • red014

    @Aaron:

    …except that for GSM phones, RIM has programmed the software to automatically break up the long text for you as you type, up to 6 or 7 messages of 160 each. CDMA carriers are capped at 1 message of 160. You have to send the first part, then continue writing.

  • red014

    @Aaron:

    …except that for GSM phones, RIM has programmed the software to automatically break up the long text for you as you type, up to 6 or 7 messages of 160 each. CDMA carriers are capped at 1 message of 160. You have to send the first part, then continue writing.

  • red014

    @Aaron:

    …except that for GSM phones, RIM has programmed the software to automatically break up the long text for you as you type, up to 6 or 7 messages of 160 each. CDMA carriers are capped at 1 message of 160. You have to send the first part, then continue writing.