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Get Started with the AT&T Messages Service

Android users who are active text message fans have always been stuck using their phone for those messages. Apple users have iMessage, which offers access to your sms text message interactions via any iOS device and MacOS X systems, but Android? Not so much. Until now and the new AT&T Messages app... The post Get Started with the AT&T Messages Service appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.
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