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|Length limits in some setups:||SMS|
|Single text (limit of very old phones and of UK landline "spoken text" 2018)||1||70||160|
|Lyca/O2 UK limits sending (but not receiving) to (as of 2014)||2||134||306|
|Limit of Sony Ericsson T100 (any longer are shown fragmented)||6||402||918|
|Google & Samsung apps convert to MMS after|
(2019, use QKSMS to exceed this on Android 5+)
|Receiving limit apparently introduced by EE / T-Mobile early 2017|
(longer can be falsely reported delivered)
|Sony app (v27 on Android 4.4) converts to MMS after||20||1340||3060|
|HTC/WM6.1 firmware bug can confuse delivery reports after||80||5360||12,240|
|Limit of Samsung Galaxy S2 (Android 4.1)||120||8040||18,360|
|Vodafone UK's limit 2013 (longer not sent)||127||8509||19,431|
|2G (GSM)||5-6 seconds per fragment|
|2G + GPRS||2 seconds per fragment|
|3G||~2 seconds setup + ~0.05 seconds per fragment|
|4G||<0.05 seconds per fragment|
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