Now here’s something I didn’t know…

You can send a text message to a landline. Well, here in the UK, I can, at least; it may just be a service from my provider. But if I send an SMS to my home number, the system calls me up and reads it to me using quite a good synthesized voice. It costs the same as a regular text message. Quite useful if you’re travelling…

Maybe I’m a bit slow and everybody else knows this already. But thanks to Tom Robson for pointing it out!

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