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Old 10-22-2008, 10:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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BigString Corporation
3 Harding Road • Suite E • Red Bank, NJ 07701 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Self-Destructing SMS Text Messaging Application For BlackBerry Phones
Available From BigString Corporation

Also Permits Sending Emoticons & Offers Advanced Grouping Features

RED BANK, NJ, October 22, 2008 – A new Short Message Service (SMS) text messaging application for BlackBerry phones that permits both personal and business users to send self-destructing text messages and pictures, has been released by BigString Corporation (OTCBB: BSGC). In addition to providing BigString’s self-destructing features to SMS text users, the application also permits sending self-destructing messages to multiple recipients through the application’s group feature and sending graphic rich messages including animated emoticons. The new application is called SMS Eraser.

The self-destruction timing of messages is determined by the sender. A message can be set to self-destruct in as little as fifteen seconds or after a set number of views. The message will disappear in real time simultaneously from both the sending and receiving IM screens. Once the message self-destructs it cannot be recovered. BigString’s BlackBerry SMS Eraser is currently priced at $29.95 and can be downloaded at BigString’s website or at one of several third-party global BlackBerry application distributors such as Handango, Crackberry, MobiHand, SmartPhone.net and Youpark.

“Our BlackBerry SMS Eraser allows the fast-growing mobile messaging market to use our self-destructing text messaging and picture applications,” stated Darin Myman, President and CEO of BigString Corporation. He added that “Mobile phones are fast becoming the main source of both personal and business communication for many people. BigString’s move into the mobile phone messaging market will expand both the availability and use of our proprietary self-destructing messaging platforms.”

About BigString

.BigString Corporation, owner and operator of BigString.com, is the developer of a messaging technology that allows a user to send recallable, erasable and self-destructing emails, instant messages (IM), and videos. The company’s BigString product is a communication service for both individuals and businesses that allows users to send, recall, erase, self-destruct, track and modify messages after they have been sent through its patent pending technology. BigString users have unprecedented control over all of their messaging communications on their computers and mobile devices, whether they choose to send IMs, emails or videos, and, in addition to control, BigString’s communication platform gives its users unprecedented privacy and security on all messages sent. For more information, visit the corporate website.


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Seems like a great product. Any idea when it will be compatible with the Bold?
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Interesting product.

My first thought is how much it will benefit stalkers.
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Seems like a great product. Any idea when it will be compatible with the Bold?
SMS Eraser has been tested on all versions of OS upto 4.6. I invite you to try the free trial of SMS Eraser that is available on several third-party sites to ensure that it will function on your device. For your network, you made need to set your TCP settings as follows:
Rogers (Canada)
Go to Options -> TCP or Tools -> TCP
APN: internet.com
Username/password is blank
Note: If this does not work, call Rogers and get the "internet.com Access Point Name" added to your account. If they say it already exists, tell them to load up the records anyway, just to doublecheck.
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SMS Eraser has been tested on all versions of OS upto 4.6. I invite you to try the free trial of SMS Eraser that is available on several third-party sites to ensure that it will function on your device. For your network, you made need to set your TCP settings as follows:
Rogers (Canada)
Go to Options -> TCP or Tools -> TCP
APN: internet.com
Username/password is blank
Note: If this does not work, call Rogers and get the "internet.com Access Point Name" added to your account. If they say it already exists, tell them to load up the records anyway, just to doublecheck.
Thanks Adam... I tried to d/l from the crackberry shop and it said it did not support the 9000. I'll try to install it anyhow and see how it goes.
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Interesting product.

My first thought is how much it will benefit stalkers.
My thoughts too....
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