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Teacher-texting service launches campaign against Rogers, Bell over service charges

12 days ago   |   By MobileSyrup

A teacher-oriented messaging service that says it's being targeted by Rogers and Bell, is calling for support from nearly one million Canadian users so its texting service isn't disrupted. Remind.com is a San Francisco-based two-way messaging service that is used by students, teachers, and parents. The service can be accessed through the company's mobile app, web app, email and through texting. The service overall connects 31 million customers, many of whom are primarily based in the U.S. The company was founded in 2012. In 2014, it raised $65 million in venture funding to further build...
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