on 08-09-2012 15:54
I've got an idea. It would be a user friendly solution and some kind of innovation for any network.
Let's say I'm a gamer. Online gamer. I run through virtual lands, kill monsters and pick up every item they drop. From time to time I find a great stuff I can sell online (which is absolutely legal). Each time I try to sell something for real money, I need to receive a text message with some special confirmation code. Then I must use this code online. Imagine how many times i have to check my mobile, touch the screen, scroll etc., pure waste of time.
Wouldn't be much easier to read incoming messages online after logging in to giffgaff?
Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V = DONE (for a gamer)
What do you guys think about my idea?
on 08-09-2012 16:02
I think the problem here lies more in the service sending the text messages requiring you to receive one each time an action is taken, rather than with giffgaff's end.
Also, aren't there existing services that allow you to read/respond to texts via your computer? I know there are a few apps that provide this functionality on Android, at least.