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What is a polite way to ask someone about her SMS plan?

I don't like to charge others unexpected money, even small charges like a SMS. It's just rude. So how do I ask, without asking, "Do you have an unlimited messaging plan?"
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Are you on T-Mobile?
When she says that network she's on, talk about how because you've got unlimited internet on your phone, that you can use Facebook outside. Make that statement seem relevant by saying that you got 50% off at Starbucks and tease her that she didn't.

When she replies, tell her that you're going to max out your credit by sending her nine-hundred and ninty nine messages. When she replies, tell her that she can only afford to send one text. She'll reply with how much texts she can send.

Don't forget to only do this with good friends, so you won't be seen as flirting.
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I love the approach taken here in a gradual and humorous way.

Great idea about asking about her service provider and mention that you have unlimited messaging with users who have that carrier.
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That's how I flirt with girls! I keep my actions inciteful, yet without being forward. That way, I get to do and be forthcoming as I want, without sticking my foot in it. It's predatory and safe at the same time.

That's kinda like how I talk to everyone here on Quora including guys as well, if you think about it. That's why I'm so popular here. You don't know the methodology of how I say things, when I'm saying it, but I sure do get under people's skin and in their heads.
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