30-04-2013 18:35 - edited 30-04-2013 19:03
Today when I checked my bill I saw that I'm charged £1.50 pounds for messages. Interestingly, however, I hadn't sent any message for a couple of weeks. I viewed the details and it turns out that I've sent messages to the number I'm using abroad. How could this happen? Does anyone know the reason behind that? I guess it might have something to do with applications?
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30-04-2013 20:04 - edited 30-04-2013 20:05
You will probably know the answer better than we do
OnePlus 6 (O2 & Sfr), Z3 Tablet (Three UK), iPhone 8+ (EE)
on 30-04-2013 20:43
Perhaps I couldn't explain it properly. It turns out that I've unintentionally forwarded 9 texts, although I haven't used any messaging for about four weeks now. Plus, the number that received the texts is my own number that I'm using in my country (the SIM card is with me, too). This has never happened to me before and I seriously cannot find any explanation for it.