"Sex in a hammock" is our everything!

A cute story about a gate with a GSM relay installed in it. We connected three paid subscriptions to our gates and quickly reset the balance of the SIM card. It happens. Not only gates are so entertained, but also alarms and other devices. What is it and how to protect yourself from such troubles?

I remembered the proverb "Swearing at the gate does not hang." Swearing does not hang, and paid subscriptions can easily hang. The original story can be read here. The experiment turned out to be clean: the GSM relay does not differ in special intelligence, and the SIM card was not removed from it. So it is difficult to suspect the owner of deliberately connecting paid content.

The author of the "gates" hyped the topic to the maximum heat in the media, one can understand his desire. How about sorting it out? No-ee, this is more difficult! And why do we need to figure it out, if you can stigmatize, excite and break the likes. But we will still try to figure it out at Mobile-Review. Sorry if you didn't like it.

Sex in a hammock

Alexey Merkutov, press secretary of MTS in Moscow and the Moscow region, comments on the radio station "Moscow speaking":

“This is an extraordinary case that really surprised us. We figured out the situation and returned the money to the subscriber. Specialists have done the necessary work to ensure that such an incident does not happen again. We would like to remind you that it is much more profitable to use special SIM cards that are designed for cars and devices.

In fact, nothing extraordinary happened and there is absolutely nothing to be surprised at. Such cases happen, but they don’t happen too often, the stars (which are in the sky, not pop stars) must converge in a certain way. Therefore, users are at a loss and begin to suspect the operator of theft, and in salons and contact centers they often do not understand how this could happen at all.

What was that?

The problem is related to special content solutions based on Cell Broadcast technology, Russian operators began to implement them 13 years ago. The first, if I am not mistaken, was Beeline with its Chameleon, a similar service in MegaFon is called Kaleidoscope, in MTS it is MTS News or Best MTS Services. On smartphones, it looks like pictures and inscriptions that themselves pop up on the screen and write something useful or entertaining (according to the authors), but more often they call something to watch or subscribe to something. Pressed - "got on the money." For a daily joke, weather forecast or "funny pictures" rubles for 200-400 per month. After hanging on the screen for 10-15 seconds, the lure itself disappears from the screen. Like “But I have never been here, I had to drink less and not push anywhere on the screen!”. But this is a smartphone interface, we are talking about something else.

The trouble is that some devices effectively interact with Chameleon Beeline, MTS News (or MTS Info) and MegaFon's Kaleidoscope, sending some SMS response to an incoming teaser request.

Hammock sex is everything!

Once upon a time, I myself ran into this, a Beeline SIM card inserted into a freshly bought laptop immediately cooperated with their Chameleon and in a quarter of an hour issued more than a dozen subscriptions on my behalf (great pace of theft!) to valuable newsletters, read this funny story can be found here. But the modem built into the laptop at least notifies you of SMS messages that have arrived on it, there is reason to be wary. Any alarms, relays and other similar devices do this silently, up to resetting the balance and blocking the SIM card. The likelihood of such a cataclysm is small, I encountered the only time. Prior to that ill-fated radio block in a laptop, the SIM card managed to work quite normally in many modems. But I read complaints on the net, and the gate speaks for itself.

Such content solutions, of course, are worthy of the warmest words from those that the editor instantly cuts out. It is obvious what and for whom the registration of paid subscriptions with one touch is designed, including by accidentally touching the screen.

How to protect yourself

For the sake of fairness, it must be said that for the past two years I have come across few complaints about all sorts of MTS Info with Kaleidoscopes and Chameleons. Maybe they made more forgiving algorithms, or now they launch these weapons of mass destruction to their subscribers relatively rarely, I don’t know. Indirect confirmation is the very gate, the owner of which has only (!) robbed his device of three subscriptions in more than a week. And I could have racked up 303, 333 or 30333 subscriptions during this time, if I had enough money on my balance.

A malicious SIM applet should not be present on SIM cards for devices, maybe now they are not stuffed into all other SIM cards, and the applet may “silence” after a certain period of activity. It does not matter, but if it is on the sim card, then it is better to turn it off just in case, the gate will be safer.

To disable, you need to get to the little animals in the SIM menu. For example, to disable MTS News, you must first delete all received messages in the phone menu section “MTS Services > MTS News > Received”, then in the phone menu “MTS Services > MTS News > Settings > Advanced > Broadcasting > Disable". But the "Best MTS Services" are hidden in the depths of the usual set of "MTS Info". You can also disable all this with a USSD command or a call to the contact center. But I don’t advise, because after N months the beast can again crawl out, and by turning it off through the SIM menu, you will reliably kill it at least until the SIM card is replaced. Just don't forget. The time of the first appearance after replacing the SIM card is also unpredictable, but it is not necessary to wait, you can (and should!) Immediately go to turn it off in the SIM menu. If you didn’t find anything, then most likely you don’t have this applet, they come across far from every SIM card.

The "Content Ban" service in MTS should help, it is in MTS that this is one perpetual and universal service that blocks any paid content, including subscriptions. Connected by default on all tariffs of the "Smart Device" and "Smart Home" categories. And also connected by default on the tariffs of the Smart line. It is believed that such subscribers pay the operator already enough, it is also unethical to “rat” from them on the content. The excellent “Content Ban” service at MTS, I have been praising it for many years. Why would you scold her? What is well done is well done. To love and carry her, the only one, is possible and necessary. It is right for this service to hang a medal around the neck with the engraving “You are the Best. '.

Summary

Mobile operators want money, including by "dirty" methods. The state and officials also want money from mobile operators, including "dirty" money, and they also "want" by far from clean methods. A sort of cycle of dirt in nature.

At the consumer level, you and I are usually offered an alternative: either buy the appropriate tariff / SIM card, pay a subscription and not worry, or delve into all the subtleties and “finish” manually what can potentially give maximum savings. There is no universal recipe. But there is enthusiasm and pleasure from participating in the process. Someone pre-books and stupidly expensive pays for a bungalow on the beach, while someone prefers inexpensive sex in a hammock stretched between the trees. It's also a competition! Whom to condemn, and which of them to envy? Do not know. I will say this: I am sincerely happy for both, if this happens voluntarily and consciously. The sad thing is that buyers of all sorts of smart devices often rely on a “cellular bungalow” for ridiculous money (for just 2 rubles to send SMS every 3 months, I don’t mind.), but in the end they get unexpected sex in a hammock, yes also for a much larger amount.

"Sex in a hammock" is our everything!

A cute story about a gate with a GSM relay installed in it. We connected three paid subscriptions to our gates and quickly reset the balance of the SIM card. It happens. Not only gates are so entertained, but also alarms and other devices. What is it and how to protect yourself from such troubles?

I remembered the proverb "Swearing at the gate does not hang." Swearing does not hang, and paid subscriptions can easily hang. The original story can be read here. The experiment turned out to be clean: the GSM relay does not differ in special intelligence, and the SIM card was not removed from it. So it is difficult to suspect the owner of deliberately connecting paid content.

The author of the "gates" hyped the topic to the maximum heat in the media, one can understand his desire. How about sorting it out? No-ee, this is more difficult! And why do we need to figure it out, if you can stigmatize, excite and break the likes. But we will still try to figure it out at Mobile-Review. Sorry if you didn't like it.

Sex in a hammock

Alexey Merkutov, press secretary of MTS in Moscow and the Moscow region, comments on the radio station "Moscow speaking":

“This is an extraordinary case that really surprised us. We figured out the situation and returned the money to the subscriber. Specialists have done the necessary work to ensure that such an incident does not happen again. We would like to remind you that it is much more profitable to use special SIM cards that are designed for cars and devices.

In fact, nothing extraordinary happened and there is absolutely nothing to be surprised at. Such cases happen, but they don’t happen too often, the stars (which are in the sky, not pop stars) must converge in a certain way. Therefore, users are at a loss and begin to suspect the operator of theft, and in salons and contact centers they often do not understand how this could happen at all.

What was that?

The problem is related to special content solutions based on Cell Broadcast technology, Russian operators began to implement them 13 years ago. The first, if I am not mistaken, was Beeline with its Chameleon, a similar service in MegaFon is called Kaleidoscope, in MTS it is MTS News or Best MTS Services. On smartphones, it looks like pictures and inscriptions that themselves pop up on the screen and write something useful or entertaining (according to the authors), but more often they call something to watch or subscribe to something. Pressed - "got on the money." For a daily joke, weather forecast or "funny pictures" rubles for 200-400 per month. After hanging on the screen for 10-15 seconds, the lure itself disappears from the screen. Like “But I have never been here, I had to drink less and not push anywhere on the screen!”. But this is a smartphone interface, we are talking about something else.

The trouble is that some devices effectively interact with Chameleon Beeline, MTS News (or MTS Info) and MegaFon's Kaleidoscope, sending some SMS response to an incoming teaser request.

Hammock sex is everything!

Once upon a time, I myself ran into this, a Beeline SIM card inserted into a freshly bought laptop immediately cooperated with their Chameleon and in a quarter of an hour issued more than a dozen subscriptions on my behalf (great pace of theft!) to valuable newsletters, read this funny story can be found here. But the modem built into the laptop at least notifies you of SMS messages that have come to it, there is reason to be wary. Any alarms, relays and other similar devices do this silently, up to resetting the balance and blocking the SIM card. The likelihood of such a cataclysm is small, I encountered the only time. Prior to that ill-fated radio block in a laptop, the SIM card managed to work quite normally in many modems. But I read complaints on the net, and the gate speaks for itself.

Such content solutions, of course, are worthy of the warmest words from those that the editor instantly cuts out. It is obvious what and for whom the registration of paid subscriptions with one touch is designed, including by accidentally touching the screen.

How to protect yourself

For the sake of fairness, it must be said that for the past two years I have come across few complaints about all sorts of MTS Info with Kaleidoscopes and Chameleons. Maybe they made more forgiving algorithms, or now they launch these weapons of mass destruction to their subscribers relatively rarely, I don’t know. Indirect confirmation is the very gate, the owner of which has only (!) robbed his device of three subscriptions in more than a week. And I could have racked up 303, 333 or 30333 subscriptions during this time, if I had enough money on my balance.

A malicious SIM applet should not be present on SIM cards for devices, maybe now they are not stuffed into all other SIM cards, and the applet may “silence” after a certain period of activity. It does not matter, but if it is on the sim card, then it is better to turn it off just in case, the gate will be safer.

To disable it, you need to get to the little animals in the SIM menu. For example, to disable MTS News, you must first delete all received messages in the phone menu section “MTS Services > MTS News > Received”, then in the phone menu “MTS Services > MTS News > Settings > Advanced > Broadcasting > Disable". But the "Best MTS Services" are hidden in the depths of the usual set of "MTS Info". You can also disable all this with a USSD command or a call to the contact center. But I don’t advise, because after N months the beast can again get out, and by turning it off through the SIM menu, you will reliably kill it at least until the SIM card is replaced. Just don't forget. The time of the first appearance after replacing the SIM card is also unpredictable, but it is not necessary to wait, you can (and should!) Immediately go to turn it off in the SIM menu. If you didn’t find anything, then most likely you don’t have this applet, they come across far from every SIM card.

The "Content Ban" service in MTS should help, it is in MTS that this is one perpetual and universal service that blocks any paid content, including subscriptions. Connected by default on all tariffs of the "Smart Device" and "Smart Home" categories. And also connected by default on the tariffs of the Smart line. It is believed that such subscribers pay the operator already enough, it is also unethical to “rat” from them on the content. The excellent “Content Ban” service in MTS, I have been praising it for many years. Why would you scold her? What is well done is well done. To love and carry her, the only one, is possible and necessary. It is right for this service to hang a medal around the neck with the engraving “You are the Best. '.

Summary

Mobile operators want money, including by "dirty" methods. The state and officials also want money from mobile operators, including "dirty" money, and they also "want" by far from clean methods. A sort of cycle of dirt in nature.

At the consumer level, you and I are usually offered an alternative: either buy the appropriate tariff / SIM card, pay a subscription and not worry, or delve into all the subtleties and “finish” manually what can potentially give maximum savings. There is no universal recipe. But there is enthusiasm and pleasure from participating in the process. Someone pre-books and stupidly expensive pays for a bungalow on the beach, while someone prefers inexpensive sex in a hammock stretched between the trees. It's also a competition! Whom to condemn, and which of them to envy? Do not know. I will say this: I am sincerely happy for both, if this happens voluntarily and consciously. The sad thing is that buyers of all sorts of smart devices often rely on a “cellular bungalow” for ridiculous money (for just 2 rubles to send SMS every 3 months, I don’t mind.), but in the end they get unexpected sex in a hammock, yes also for a much larger amount.

"Sex in a hammock" is our everything!

A cute story about a gate with a GSM relay installed in it. We connected three paid subscriptions to our gates and quickly reset the balance of the SIM card. It happens. Not only gates are so entertained, but also alarms and other devices. What is it and how to protect yourself from such troubles?

I remembered the proverb "Swearing at the gate does not hang." Swearing does not hang, and paid subscriptions can easily hang. The original story can be read here. The experiment turned out to be clean: the GSM relay does not differ in special intelligence, and the SIM card was not removed from it. So it is difficult to suspect the owner of deliberately connecting paid content.

The author of the "gates" hyped the topic to the maximum heat in the media, one can understand his desire. How about sorting it out? No-ee, this is more difficult! And why do we need to figure it out, if you can stigmatize, excite and break the likes. But we will still try to figure it out at Mobile-Review. Sorry if you didn't like it.

Sex in a hammock

Alexey Merkutov, press secretary of MTS in Moscow and the Moscow region, comments on the radio station "Moscow speaking":

“This is an extraordinary case that really surprised us. We figured out the situation and returned the money to the subscriber. Specialists have done the necessary work to ensure that such an incident does not happen again. We would like to remind you that it is much more profitable to use special SIM cards that are designed for cars and devices.

In fact, nothing extraordinary happened and there is absolutely nothing to be surprised at. Such cases happen, but they don’t happen too often, the stars (which are in the sky, not pop stars) must converge in a certain way. Therefore, users are at a loss and begin to suspect the operator of theft, and in salons and contact centers they often do not understand how this could happen at all.

What was that?

The problem is related to special content solutions based on Cell Broadcast technology, Russian operators began to implement them 13 years ago. The first, if I am not mistaken, was Beeline with its Chameleon, a similar service in MegaFon is called Kaleidoscope, in MTS it is MTS News or Best MTS Services. On smartphones, it looks like pictures and inscriptions that themselves pop up on the screen and write something useful or entertaining (according to the authors), but more often they call something to watch or subscribe to something. Pressed - "got on the money." For a daily joke, weather forecast or "funny pictures" rubles for 200-400 per month. After hanging on the screen for 10-15 seconds, the lure itself disappears from the screen. Like “But I have never been here, I had to drink less and not push anywhere on the screen!”. But this is a smartphone interface, we are talking about something else.

The trouble is that some devices effectively interact with Chameleon Beeline, MTS News (or MTS Info) and MegaFon's Kaleidoscope, sending some SMS response to an incoming teaser request.

Hammock sex is everything!

Once upon a time, I myself ran into this, a Beeline SIM card inserted into a freshly bought laptop immediately cooperated with their Chameleon and in a quarter of an hour issued more than a dozen subscriptions on my behalf (great pace of theft!) to valuable newsletters, read this funny story can be found here. But the modem built into the laptop at least notifies you of SMS messages that have arrived on it, there is reason to be wary. Any alarms, relays and other similar devices do this silently, up to resetting the balance and blocking the SIM card. The likelihood of such a cataclysm is small, I encountered the only time. Prior to that ill-fated radio block in a laptop, the SIM card managed to work quite normally in many modems. But I read complaints on the net, and the gate speaks for itself.

Such content solutions, of course, are worthy of the warmest words from those that the editor instantly cuts out. It is obvious what and for whom the registration of paid subscriptions with one touch is designed, including by accidentally touching the screen.

How to protect yourself

For the sake of fairness, it must be said that for the past two years I have come across few complaints about all sorts of MTS Info with Kaleidoscopes and Chameleons. Maybe they made more forgiving algorithms, or now they launch these weapons of mass destruction to their subscribers relatively rarely, I don’t know. Indirect confirmation is the very gate, the owner of which has only (!) robbed his device of three subscriptions in more than a week. And I could have racked up 303, 333 or 30333 subscriptions during this time, if I had enough money on my balance.

A malicious SIM applet should not be present on SIM cards for devices, maybe now they are not stuffed into all other SIM cards, and the applet may “silence” after a certain period of activity. It does not matter, but if it is on the sim card, then it is better to turn it off just in case, the gate will be safer.

To disable it, you need to get to the little animals in the SIM menu. For example, to disable MTS News, you must first delete all received messages in the phone menu section “MTS Services > MTS News > Received”, then in the phone menu “MTS Services > MTS News > Settings > Advanced > Broadcasting > Disable". But the "Best MTS Services" are hidden in the depths of the usual set of "MTS Info". You can also disable all this with a USSD command or a call to the contact center. But I don’t advise, because after N months the beast can again get out, and by turning it off through the SIM menu, you will reliably kill it at least until the SIM card is replaced. Just don't forget. The time of the first appearance after replacing the SIM card is also unpredictable, but it is not necessary to wait, you can (and should!) Immediately go to turn it off in the SIM menu. If you didn’t find anything, then most likely you don’t have this applet, they come across far from every SIM card.

The "Content Ban" service in MTS should help, it is in MTS that this is one perpetual and universal service that blocks any paid content, including subscriptions. Connected by default on all tariffs of the "Smart Device" and "Smart Home" categories. And also connected by default on the tariffs of the Smart line. It is believed that such subscribers pay the operator already enough, it is also unethical to “rat” from them on the content. The excellent “Content Ban” service in MTS, I have been praising it for many years. Why would you scold her? What is well done is well done. To love and carry her, the only one, is possible and necessary. It is right for this service to hang a medal around the neck with the engraving “You are the Best. '.

Summary

Mobile operators want money, including by "dirty" methods. The state and officials also want money from mobile operators, including "dirty" money, and they also "want" by far from clean methods. A sort of cycle of dirt in nature.

At the consumer level, you and I are usually offered an alternative: either buy the appropriate tariff / SIM card, pay a subscription and not worry, or delve into all the subtleties and “finish” manually what can potentially give maximum savings. There is no universal recipe. But there is enthusiasm and pleasure from participating in the process. Someone pre-books and stupidly expensive pays for a bungalow on the beach, while someone prefers inexpensive sex in a hammock stretched between the trees. It's also a competition! Whom to condemn, and which of them to envy? Do not know. I will say this: I am sincerely happy for both, if this happens voluntarily and consciously. The sad thing is that buyers of all sorts of smart devices often rely on a “cellular bungalow” for ridiculous money (for just 2 rubles to send SMS every 3 months, I don’t mind.), but in the end they get unexpected sex in a hammock, yes also for a much larger amount.

"Sex in a hammock" is our everything!

A cute story about a gate with a GSM relay installed in it. We connected three paid subscriptions to our gates and quickly reset the balance of the SIM card. It happens. Not only gates are so entertained, but also alarms and other devices. What is it and how to protect yourself from such troubles?

I remembered the proverb "Swearing at the gate does not hang." Swearing does not hang, and paid subscriptions can easily hang. The original story can be read here. The experiment turned out to be clean: the GSM relay does not differ in special intelligence, and the SIM card was not removed from it. So it is difficult to suspect the owner of deliberately connecting paid content.

The author of the "gates" hyped the topic to the maximum heat in the media, one can understand his desire. How about sorting it out? No-ee, this is more difficult! And why do we need to figure it out, if you can stigmatize, excite and break the likes. But we will still try to figure it out at Mobile-Review. Sorry if you didn't like it.

Alexey Merkutov, press secretary of MTS in Moscow and the Moscow region, comments on the radio station "Moscow speaking":

“This is an extraordinary case that really surprised us. We figured out the situation and returned the money to the subscriber. Specialists have done the necessary work to ensure that such an incident does not happen again. We would like to remind you that it is much more profitable to use special SIM cards that are designed for cars and devices.

In fact, nothing extraordinary happened and there is absolutely nothing to be surprised at. Such cases do happen, but they don't happen too often, the stars (which are in the sky, not pop ones) must converge in a certain way. Therefore, users are at a loss and begin to suspect the operator of theft, and in salons and contact centers they often do not understand how this could happen at all.

In fact, nothing extraordinary happened and there is absolutely nothing to be surprised at. Such cases do happen, but they don’t happen too often, the stars (which are in the sky, not pop stars) must converge in a certain way. Therefore, users are at a loss and begin to suspect the operator of theft, and in salons and contact centers they often do not understand how this could happen at all.

What was that?

The problem is related to special content solutions based on Cell Broadcast technology, Russian operators began to implement them 13 years ago. The first, if I am not mistaken, was Beeline with its Chameleon, a similar service in MegaFon is called Kaleidoscope, in MTS it is MTS News or Best MTS Services. On smartphones, it looks like pictures and inscriptions that themselves pop up on the screen and write something useful or entertaining (according to the authors), but more often they call something to watch or subscribe to something. Pressed - "got on the money." For a daily joke, weather forecast or "funny pictures" rubles for 200-400 per month. After hanging on the screen for 10-15 seconds, the lure itself disappears from the screen. Like “But I have never been here, I had to drink less and not push anywhere on the screen!”. But this is a smartphone interface, we are talking about something else.

The trouble is that some devices effectively interact with Chameleon Beeline, MTS News (or MTS Info) and MegaFon's Kaleidoscope, sending some SMS response to an incoming teaser request.

Once upon a time, I myself ran into this, a Beeline SIM card inserted into a freshly bought laptop immediately cooperated with their Chameleon and in a quarter of an hour issued more than a dozen subscriptions on my behalf (great pace of theft!) to valuable newsletters, read this funny story can be found here. But the modem built into the laptop at least notifies you of SMS messages that have come to it, there is reason to be wary. Any alarms, relays and other similar devices do this silently, up to resetting the balance and blocking the SIM card. The likelihood of such a cataclysm is small, I encountered the only time. Prior to that ill-fated radio block in a laptop, the SIM card managed to work quite normally in many modems. But I read complaints on the net, and the gate speaks for itself.

Such content solutions, of course, are worthy of the warmest words from those that the editor instantly cuts out. It is obvious what and for whom the registration of paid subscriptions with one touch is designed, including by accidentally touching the screen.

How to protect yourself

For the sake of fairness, it must be said that for the past two years I have come across few complaints about all sorts of MTS Info with Kaleidoscopes and Chameleons. Maybe they made more forgiving algorithms, or now they launch these weapons of mass destruction to their subscribers relatively rarely, I don’t know. Indirect confirmation is the very gate, the owner of which has only (!) robbed his device of three subscriptions in more than a week. And I could have racked up 303, 333 or 30333 subscriptions during this time, if I had enough money on my balance.

A malicious SIM applet should not be present on SIM cards for devices, maybe now they are not stuffed into all other SIM cards, and the applet may “silence” after a certain period of activity. It does not matter, but if it is on the sim card, then it is better to turn it off just in case, the gate will be safer.

To disable it, you need to get to the little animals in the SIM menu. For example, to disable MTS News, you must first delete all received messages in the phone menu section “MTS Services > MTS News > Received”, then in the phone menu “MTS Services > MTS News > Settings > Advanced > Broadcasting > Disable". But the "Best MTS Services" are hidden in the depths of the usual set of "MTS Info". You can also disable all this with a USSD command or a call to the contact center. But I don’t advise, because after N months the beast can again get out, and by turning it off through the SIM menu, you will reliably kill it at least until the SIM card is replaced. Just don't forget. The time of the first appearance after replacing the SIM card is also unpredictable, but it is not necessary to wait, you can (and should!) Immediately go to turn it off in the SIM menu. If you didn’t find anything, then most likely you don’t have this applet, they come across far from every SIM card.

The "Content Ban" service in MTS should help, it is in MTS that this is one perpetual and universal service that blocks any paid content, including subscriptions. Connected by default on all tariffs of the "Smart Device" and "Smart Home" categories. And also connected by default on the tariffs of the Smart line. It is believed that such subscribers pay the operator already enough, it is also unethical to “rat” from them on the content. The excellent “Content Ban” service at MTS, I have been praising it for many years. Why would you scold her? What is well done is well done. To love and carry her, the only one, is possible and necessary. It is right for this service to hang a medal around the neck with the engraving “You are the Best. '.

Summary

Mobile operators want money, including by "dirty" methods. The state and officials also want money from mobile operators, including "dirty" money, and they also "want" by far from clean methods. A sort of cycle of dirt in nature.

At the consumer level, you and I are usually offered an alternative: either buy the appropriate tariff / SIM card, pay a subscription and not worry, or delve into all the subtleties and “finish” manually what can potentially give maximum savings. There is no universal recipe. But there is enthusiasm and pleasure from participating in the process. Someone pre-books and stupidly expensive pays for a bungalow on the beach, while someone prefers inexpensive sex in a hammock stretched between the trees. It's also a competition! Whom to condemn, and which of them to envy? Do not know. I will say this: I am sincerely happy for both, if this happens voluntarily and consciously. The sad thing is that buyers of all sorts of smart devices often rely on a “cellular bungalow” for ridiculous money (for just 2 rubles to send SMS every 3 months, I don’t mind.), but in the end they get unexpected sex in a hammock, yes also for a much larger amount.