CBFSMS.com was created in 2001 as a way for users to send and receive free SMS messages to any handset in the UK. This service was quickly adopted by people who found themselves in an emergency situation where they had lost their phone, or by students wanting to save money… remember this was long before unlimited text tariffs! As a consequence of the somewhat cult following CBFSMS.com amassed, the service become a UK institution which still attracts more than 100k visits and sends almost 500k SMS messages per month. The service was based on a simple advertising-led business model, where … Continue reading “cbfsms.com is dead, long live cbfsms.com!”

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The new Mobile Messaging Fraud report, released today by the Mobile Ecosystem Forum (MEF) in association with CLX Communications, finds that SMS remains the most trusted channel for mobile messaging. The results also show that unsolicited messages are a common occurrence across all channels, with more than a quarter of consumers receiving such messages daily via SMS as well as Over-the-Top (OTT) messaging apps such as Whatsapp. For more insight, read the latest article on the CLX blog. It’s only fair to share…

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