What if your favorite network is paying you to text?
The Wall St. Journal reports that Apple, Facebook, Google, Twitter, and YouTube have all started to offer free text messaging.
The sites are known as text-to-text services (TTSs), which lets you send a message to other people on those networks.
They typically pay for the messaging service you use.
Google and Facebook are the only ones offering TTSs.
It’s an interesting twist on the free text-message model, which has been used for years by many web and mobile companies.
There are plenty of ways for companies to monetize free text services.
Many companies charge users for text messages, which is another way to get them to engage with you.
Google recently launched a feature to give you a percentage of the data your texts use to provide ads and other products.
That feature was recently rolled out to all users.
A Google spokesman told The Wall Times that it’s “the best way to provide advertisers with valuable insights into our users.”
Facebook, on the other hand, says it’s been working on ways to make its free text message services more relevant.
“We’ve been working with many mobile and internet companies on ways we can improve our TTS products and services, such as using new technology to offer you a better experience, and we’ll be working with partners to develop more TTS-focused features,” the Facebook spokesman told the Wall Times.
Google says that it wants to make TTS services more like a “native experience” for its users.
Facebook says that the new service is “designed to make text messaging easier for everyone, including businesses.”
It adds that the service is currently available for a limited time for the Android platform and for iPhone users in the U.S. It will continue to offer TTS service on its Android and iOS platforms.
In a recent post, the company said it will “expand our partnership with TTS partners, including Apple, to give them the power to offer better and more relevant TTS experiences for businesses and consumers.”
The Wall’s report on TTSing shows that the most popular TTS platforms are Google and Apple.
Google said that the average cost of a free TTS is around $5.
The report also shows that TTS offers businesses a way to target advertising to a user’s specific demographic.
In the case of Facebook, the average paid TTS cost for a free user is around 30 cents per text message.
The Google spokesperson said that Facebook is “working on more compelling TTS features that we believe will help businesses and customers more effectively engage with users and get relevant content.”
Facebook declined to comment further on the report.
Google told The Journal that it has made a few changes to its TTS offering in recent months, including adding the ability for TTS users to opt out of certain messages.
Google’s TTS model has been around for several years and was first introduced to advertisers by the company in 2014.
Facebook’s TTH model has also been around since 2015, but the company has yet to release any significant changes to it.
Google is also currently testing a TTS version for Apple’s iPhone, but Google declined to offer any details on the testing.
Google also told The WSJ that it is “looking into ways to improve TTS quality and speed for its more mobile and web-centric users.”
The company added that it will continue “to work with partners” to develop TTS improvements.
It also said that it plans to work with TTTs on a “partnership basis.”
“We’ll be watching closely to see how our TTT partners are addressing the TTS needs of our users, and will continue working with them to make the best TTS experience possible,” the company wrote.
Google has also expanded its TTT options to Android and Windows phones.
The company’s TTT option will also be available on Windows Phone 8, though it will not be available for those platforms.
It did not offer details on which Android and iPhone users would be eligible for the TTT service.
Google declined further comment on which apps are eligible for TTT, saying that it doesn’t have enough data to answer that question.