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Text Messages To Replace Stamps In Sweden 249

Posted by samzenpus
from the mobile-licking dept.
99luftballon writes "Sweden and Denmark are running tests on replacing stamps with text messages. The writer sends a text message to a central server, which bills for the stamp and returns a code to be written on the letter. It's an interesting system but it better have very good security. Could this be the end of stamp collections and philately?"
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Text Messages To Replace Stamps In Sweden

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