I’m not all that big into text messaging, although I do use it on occasion. A lot of times, the message that I want to deliver to someone is so brief and uncomplicated that I’d rather just type it out and send it to them that way instead of having to talk on the phone. With that said, sometimes the amount of time and effort that it takes to convey your message via a text message is enough to make you just want to call the person and get it over with. In my mind, there are benefits and drawbacks to this method of communication, but 3jam makes it more attractive by allowing for group messaging.
Just like when you talk on the phone, sometimes you want to text more than one person at a time and start a conversation between all of the participants. You can do this with 3jam, and the service allows everyone to reply to everyone. If you can send a text message from your phone, then you can use 3jam. While the service itself is free, standard text messaging charges may apply depending on how your service plan is setup, however, each message that you send or receive through 3jam is counted as one text message even though the message may be received by multiple people. It’s time to get your thumbs warmed up and ready to go.
[tags]3jam, Messaging, Text Messaging, Communication, Group Messaging, Cell Phones, Conversation[/tags]