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Exceed 160 Character SMS Limit with Beyond160 – Updated With OS 5 Support


beyond160 SMS app

Up until fairly recently users have been asking us where to get an app that allows someone running OS 5 to send more than the CDMA defined 160 characters in an SMS. Beyond160 has been a great app for allowing users to do this but it was not available for OS 5 devices – until now. Beyond160 lets users on Verizon, Sprint, Alltel, US Cellular, Bell, Telus etc. exceed their 160 or 140 character SMS limit. When your SMS field is full, simply hit Menu>Go Beyond160 and you can continue typing as long as you like. This app also lets you send to multiple recipients or groups you’ve created.

Check out Beyond160 in the store as it comes with a fully functional 14-day trial.

[Thanks for the tip Tom!]

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Deal of the Day: Beyond160 lets CDMA users type longer SMS messages



BlackBerry Cool readers are very familiar with the application Beyon160. It allows you to use more than the 160 character limit, imposed on BlackBerry users by Verizon, Sprint, Alltel, U.S. Cellular, Bell, Telus, and all other CDMA carriers.

So if you’re a CDMA BlackBerry user, consider Beyond160, on sale for today only for $3.50 (regularly $6.99).

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



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.

Send longer SMS messages on CDMA devices – discounted app!



Beyond160 allows users on CDMA networks to go beyond the 160 character limit when composing a text message. It’s been a very sought-after feature.

BlackBerry users on carrier networks such as Verizon, Sprint, Alltel, Telus, and Bell are only able to type 160 characters when composing a text message. With Beyond160, users can type as much as they want, and when they send, it will automatically split the message into multiple parts (each 160 characters) and send them in sequence. And best of all, Beyond160 messages get routed through the normal SMS Outbox with Delivery Confirmation just like the built-in app. It also works in harmony with my QuickText app if both are installed.

Purchase Beyond160 for your BlackBerry for the BBCool special introductory price of $4.99.

Use the promo code BBCBEYOND160LAUNCH for the discount, valid until Sunday, May 10th.