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The character limit for messages varies: 160 for SMS (text), 200+ for email (the length of the email address is a factor), and 1047 to another user on the ZOLEO app. Given those numbers, it makes sense to ask the people who you will regularly messaging to download the app. They do not need a ZOLEO communicator to use the app, they can just install the (free) app and communicate with you. And like other similar satellite communicators, you can't send images along with your text messages. You can only send and receive text (which includes some emojis).

Picking a subscription plan is simply a function of figuring out how many text messages that you want to send. For example, if you get the basic plan without the Location Share+ option, you can send 25 messages or check-ins. That means you could hike 5 times a month, and send 5 messages or check-ins each hike. I think for most folks that's more than enough. If you hiked every weekend day, 8 times a month, you could send 3 messages or check-ins each hike, which again, seems reasonable. And if you add on the Location Share+ option, where check-ins are unlimited and included, you could easily get by with a basic plan.

So how does it stack up to an InReach plan? Well, they're different and there's a lot of ways to slice and dice it. I'll compare the two in a section below, but in general I'd say that if you want to just send preset messages and allow for tracking, the basic InReach plan wins. If you like to write custom texts, the ZOLEO is the clear winner. And if you want to text a lot, the $35 ZOLEO plan for 250 messages is great. Another $15 ($50/month) gets you unlimited everything. For those in the backcountry a lot who just want to text without thinking about usage, I think it's a good deal.

In OTI's study, we researched cell phone voice, text and data services for prepaid, regular postpaid, and unlimited postpaid plans provided by prominent cell phone carriers in 11 countries. We consider unbundled services using rates available to individual consumers.[1] To provide a more direct comparison, our study indicates the price in US Dollar (USD)[2] per minute, per text, and per megabyte at a unit level and minimum total cost of individual cell phone package.

Only five of the eleven countries surveyed offered unlimited text plans, namely, Canada, Denmark, India, Sweden and the United States. India offers the cheapest unlimited text plan $2.00 per month, followed by Sweden at $11.00 per month, Denmark at $14.00 per month and Canada at $14.59 per month. The U.S. price points are noticeably higher at rates of up to $20 per month.

In the case of unlimited data plans, the U.S. is in the middle tier of service rates. The U.S. offers a plan of $29.99 per month which is cheaper than Canada ($72.90/month), Japan ($52.60/month) and Hong Kong ($38.00/month). On the contrary, Sweden offers much cheaper unlimited data plans for $13.80 per month, followed by India ($19.00/month), and Taiwan ($26.60/month).For prepaid data plans, the U.S. has the most expensive rate at $10.24 per MB, whereas India offers $0.0004/MB, $0.43/MB in South Korea and $0.50/MB in the U.K. Several other countries that also have cheaper rates are $1.64/MB in Taiwan and $1.70 in Denmark.

It is important to note that in most countries, consumers can only subscribe to data plans after they subscribe to voice and text plans. Thus, even though certain countries offer cheaper postpaid or unlimited data plans, they end up paying higher price for a complete cell phone package if voice and text rates are higher.

[17]Hong Kong carrier SmarTone offers pay-as-you-go text service, $0.06(HKD0.5) per text sent outside carrier subscribers. For postpaid service, consumers pay $0.06 (HKD 0.5) per text sending to outside network. Receiving text from all networks and sending text to inside network is free. No monthly charge applies. No unlimited text plan is offered, but voice plans are offered with complimentary texts sent and received within the same network.

[19]Japanese carrier Softbank offers postpaid text plan charging $0.003 (0.21) per text sent, receiving text and sending inside network is free. Monthly charge $3.8 (315) applies. Softbank also offers pay-as-you-go unlimited text plan for $3.66 (300) per month.

[22]ChungHua Telecom charges $0.04 (NDT 1.22) per text sent to the same network subscribers; $0.05 (NDT 1.6) for outside network subscribers. Receiving text is free. $5.8 (NDT183) is minimum monthly charge using the plan and the charge can be deducted when sending texts.ChungHua Telecom does not offer unlimited text plans. =134.

[24]UK cell phone carrier Three offers text service, $0.15 (0.1) per textsent. Customers receive 25 free texts when top-up 5 in the prepaid phone. _As_You_Go/What_it_costs; Three also offers text plans starting from $7.7 (5) for 75 text messages sent. Page 9. _standalone/Link_Document?content_aid=1214305748126. No unlimited text plans available.

[25]Canadian cell phone carrier Rogers offers data package at $24 (25 CAD) per month for 500MB. Additional Data charges $0.05/MB. No Pay-As-You-Go data plan available. =true&_pageLabel=WLRS_Plans. Canadian carrier Sasktel offers unlimited data plan for $72.9 (CAD 75) per month. -buZ1z140m8/Tab-4294966321

[28]Hong Kong carrier SmarTone does not offer pay-as-you-go data plan. Monthly charge of data plan is $5 (HKD38) for 50MB. After 50MB, the charge is $15/15MB until $298 as the maximum charge per month. SmarTone also offers 3G unlimited data plan for $38 (HKD 298) per month. For blackberry and Vodafone users, the unlimited data plan charges up to $115.6 (HKD 898).

[29]Indian carrier Bharti-Airtel offers Mobile Internet browsing of upto 2GB at a monthly fee $2.1 (98 Rupees) after which charge is $0.0064/50KB. -Offers/Mobile_Internet.html Bharti-Airtel offer blackberry unlimited data plan at $19 (899 Rupees) per month. +internet+services/Tariffs/ For pay-as-you-go data plan, Bharti-Airtel charges $2.1 (98 Rupees) for 2GB.

[32]Swedish carrier Telenor does not offer Pay-As-You-Go data plan; monthly data plan $9.5 (69 kr) for 1GBis offered. _tjanster/mobilt/surfaimobilen/?sl=privat_produkter_tjanster_mobilt_surfaimobilen. Swedish carrier Telenor offers unlimited data plan $13.8 (99 krr) per month. -obegransat/index.html#T17286_3

-phone-service/cell-phone-plans/pyg-cell-phone-plans.jsp; AT&T charges $15 per month for 200MB for iphone, blackberry and smartphone users. Verizon wireless offers unlimited data plan at $29.99 per month. Tax excluded. visited on August 31, 2010.

As you can see, the unlimited talk, text, and data plan comes in at $55, which is on the high side for a prepaid phone plan. But a FreedomPop plan with unlimited talk and text plus 1 GB of data is just $17, which is a very decent price.

Mobile data has become more and more important in recent years. You can hardly do anything on a smartphone these days without using some data. So it makes sense that companies are increasingly focused on high data and unlimited data plans.

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