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The program handles all the communication and provides a window for the user to type and receive messages. offer messaging as part of the overall platform it offers customers along with many other options.
Additionally, companies like Alphabet (Google), Microsoft, and Yahoo offer membership accounts allowing users to register in exchange for access to web services like e-mail, office programs, document storage, calendar, messaging, and many other resources for free.
This messaging service is very simple and built into the phone.
The phone service provider (Verizon, Sprint, ATT etc.) delivers the message for the user through the cellular network as opposed to the Internet. It is entirely possible, and highly likely, that users will utilize both the phone carrier’s network to send SMS messages, while also using a messaging app to communicate over the phone's Internet (data) connection.
It provides a personal way of communicating with friends and other known contacts and is very popular among teenagers as well as many adults.
It allows quick communication by clicking the name and typing a message.
For safety reasons teens should set options in their account to only allow contacts from users on their buddy or messenger list and never allow files to be accepted on their computer to reduce potential virus threats from a friend’s computer.
Chat rooms are similar to Instant Messaging, (IM) but unlike direct one-to-one communication, users log on to a themed based virtual room and communicate with a group of users.
Instant Messaging (IM or IMing) is a service allowing users to send typed messages, pictures, files, and live video to a recipient based on their screen name.
This exchange can go back and forth as long as both parties desire.