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OK, I'm well past my plan expiration date... and have opted to keep my Samsung Convoy 2 flip phone up to now. Seems like I'm surrounded by friends and family members wanting to exchange texts with me, so tonight I "took the plunge" and added texting (1000) to my plan for another $10 monthly. Now I'm trying to figure out how to make use of this new-found capability? I looked through Verizon's tutorials, and didn't find my phone (or any basic phone) listed. I hope this doesn't mean that I can't text without changing phones! Can someone offer me some enlightenment? Thanks.
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How to send a text.
There are two methods of texting using a standard phone keypad, T9 and multi-tap. Each takes a bit of gettingused to, but both are very workable. When I had a basic phone, I initially went with multi-tap, but quickly switched to T9. For me, it was much faster. My sister, on the other hand, still has her basic phone,and still uses multi-tap. Whatever works...
How to Text Message Using T9Word: 6 Steps (with Pictures)