T-Mobile’s CTO, Neville Ray had plans to make the carrier the number one carrier in the nation by adopting a Rich Communication Services (RCS) standard to develop a messaging platform and today T-Mobile has successfully duplicate some features of Facebook and WhatsApp.
The new messager by T-Mobile called Advanced Messaging will let users chat one-to-one in real time and even gives room for group messaging which we all know Facebook and WhatsApp has already. The new messaging app will also let you know when other people are typing, when the when the message has been sent and delivered, and like the blue ticks indicating that the message has been read, such features are also being borrowed from WhatsApp.
Advanced Messaging also lets you send photos and videos up to 10MB. I guess you now know the feature and how it works. You don’t need a set up or registration for Advanced Messaging, if you happen to be on T-Mobile’s network then you would have the feature activated by default, but it is only limited to T-Mobile at the moment.