Very tech savvy and very thorough. If I need to further explain something or you have more questions to ask don't hesitate as I will follow up. I also know just about anything about any device the wireless side of the company provides. Software quirks, pricing, plan compatibility (I'm very knowledgeable with Alltel heritage plans, et cetera). I can tell you exactly what to say to customer service if you have to call them to get them to understand your issue. I do it frequently for my parents, friends, et cetera, actually. I know about global products and services, plans, et cetera. I'm up for a challenge so if you think it is impossible, throw it at me.
The number 32665113 is a spam text message. You can reply "stop" and that should opt you out of receiving further messages from it. You can block premium text messages like those by going to the local verizon wireless store and have the reps block them all together. Or you can call customer service and have them block them as well (800) 922-0204 press #0#0 when you hear the recording and that will transfer you directly to a live person.
(1)Sorry, the msg # is a friend found on facebook in India. It is NOT an unwanted spam txt. I meant to ask if you could tell where it came from, not how can I get rid of them. I also get txt msgs from 32665114, -15, -16. All but the last, -116, are known to me. If you can't find that last one, it's no big deal. (2)Can I text TO them by simply inserting that same number in a txt msg back to them? Should I use a city code? Country code? Area code? Intl calling prefix? Thanks for your help. You were fast too! --Mike
I have been in the cellular phone industry for 12 years, I have worked the front lines as far as sales and tech support. I am knowlegable in many aspects of the industry.
The only times I have seen numbers like that they have been associated with spam messages. Sorry for the misunderstanding. If you want to send a text message to some one in India from the US, you would dial 011 + 91 + the 10 or 13 digit number. International text messaging rates will apply. It also depends on which cell phone carrier they are using.