AVATXT Messenger To Aid The Blind On GoFundMe

  • July 28, 2017
  • Crowdfunding
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AVATXT started as a aid to help combat distracted drivers by reading users text messages. This is why AVATXT was initially created. Please Donate just $5 and you will make a difference helping distracted drivers and also their new campaign helping the blind.

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You can download AVATXT texting app now from Android for free. The app gets very good reviews on Android, 4.5 out of 5 stars, with 39 customer reviews.

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The goal of their GoFundMe campaing is $3,800 and right now they have 2 backers. AVATXT is looking to expand beyond the original idea to help the visual impaired, but I’d like to touch on the issue of distracted driving. I live in Washington State where a new ‘E-DUI’ law just went into effect. DUI normally stands for “Driving under the influence” but in this case they are taking poetic license and applying it to “cell phones.” Just shows you how serious of an issue distracted driving has become. That’s why AVATXT and products like it are so important. Drivers need to stop messing around with technology and start driving again. I guess when driverless cars become commonplace the laws can be relaxed once again, but until then we need more apps like AVATXT.

“When you are driving with a cell phone, you are a more dangerous driver than if you are driving drunk with a .08 blood alcohol level,” Gov. Jay Inslee said.

Whether you are blind and need help with your text messages or a distracted driver consider giving to the AVATXT’s GoFundMe campaign today.

Rant on Fees, T-Mobile Just Charged me $45 to Text, WTF?

  • November 17, 2008
  • News, Uncategorized
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T-Mobile Text Charges

Company fees are one of my biggest pet peeves. Fees are a company’s back door way to increase earnings by screwing their customers. Companies surprise the customer with charges that unless you read the fine print didn’t know existed or how much those charges would be. Take for example my T-Mobile cell phone bill this month. I called customer service regarding my $45 charge in text messaging. Even the customer service women at T-Mobile didn’t know what T-Mobile charged per text, she thought it was $0.15. I said T-Mobile charged me $0.20, and then she remembered that T-Mobile did recently increase the overage charge for text messaging to $0.20. My question is I own a Blackberry and pay for the “data package” and have 500 text messages included in my plan why the f*** does T-Mobile charge extra to text? Shouldn’t I have unlimited text? Why is text considered a separate entity from data?

Another pet peeve of mine… ATM Charges

The bank should be paying me for putting money into their depository. Banks shouldn’t be trying to take it away. Banks across the country are raising ATM fees because they so horribly mismanaged your money by loaning it out to people that couldn’t pay it back that they need to raise even more money. Banks want to screw you even more so they can stay afloat. Citibank, Chase, Bank of America and Wells Fargo are all starting to charge non-customers as much as $3 per transaction to use their ATM machines. On top of the fee the other bank charges me my bank adds an additional $2.00 charge. I sometimes pay as much as $5.00 to take money out of my bank account.

I think people need to get more upset about fees all they are is a sneaky way to raise revenue for companies with broken business models and shrinking revenues.

Absolutely Free Cell Phone Text Messaging

  • May 13, 2008
  • Tech
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I am tired of paying to text message my friends. Does it make any sense for phone companies to charge extra to send tiny text files? Doesn’t make sense to me! I found the solution… The site is called TextForFree.net You just enter the subject line of the text, subject, and phone number of the cell phone you’re trying to text. Once you click submit it only took about 1 second to reach my cell phone. The only downside it at the bottom of the text message it has an ad for TextForFree.net.






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