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  • Feeding Latin America's texting addition
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Feeding Latin America's texting addition

People are increasingly moving away from texts, preferring to use WhatsApp or Facebook chat. But feature phones still account for more than 3 in 4 mobile devices in Latin America, and messaging service Msngr is creating a texting solution for people who prefer to message.

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