Mobile phone operators have agreed to waive SMS charges incurred by an SMS virus.
The virus works when an internet-enabled mobile user receives an SMS text message with an internet link.
A click will install an application on his phone. The app will then send text messages to people on his contacts continually, spreading the virus and adding to SMS charges.
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