They welcome wireless spam?

Monday, 27 June 2005, 5:08 PM EST

Wireless carriers will have to fortify their defenses in the battle against text-messaging spam or eventually risk a customer revolt, industry watchers say.

But if they clamp down too hard, too soon they might face a different risk: losing revenue. Some experts say this conundrum accounts at least in part for the less-than-vigorous countermeasures deployed to date.

By Cara Garretson and Denise Pappalardo at Network World.

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