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World’s first text message was ‘Merry Christmas’

The very first text message sent by Neil Papworth on December 3, 1992, read “Merry Christmas”. It was sent via Vodafone network to the phone of Richard Jarvis, a director at the company.

The very first text message sent by Neil Papworth on December 3, 1992, read “Merry Christmas”. It was sent via Vodafone network to the phone of Richard Jarvis, a director at the company.

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