Now, many people might think that having to pay RM1 per week - must I add, only - for unlimited amount of status updates/replies to Facebook via Celcom SMS is pure blessing from above. They can get notified of any updates and then reply right away even when they're on the go. I don't.
Anything may happen to whomever on Facebook; when I'm not on my desk I don't want to know. It's not like I won't be back soon to check. Heck, I spent more than 20% of my day in front of a computer, I doubt I'll miss any... non-deliberately. I've been wanting to cancel this 'service' for the longest time since I don't even use it at all. AND I can't remember signing in/registering for such services. All these while I let Celcom deduct RM1 every week from my credit amount with lazy contempt. Until...
So there, last week they cut me twice. RM1 two days in a row. I might sound like a cheapskate but I'd rather have my money channelled into something that I use like for calling or SMS spree. It may be glitched or something but I am set on finding out how to stop it.
As a first step, I Googled it... and after a few tries I finally found out how. Tried it immediately... and it worked! Yay! For those who are pestered with this un-called for service like I do, here's how to disable it:
STOP FBto 32665
A very simple step yet so well kept. From now on, I shall happily enjoy my freedom from Facebook Celcom SMS. They wont be able to bug me anymore X)
26th Jan 2011 an update: Thanks to the prompting from nahrafqifahs and amira (see comments below), there is actually an update on how to disable the Celcom Facebook SMS account. Instead of sending STOP FB, type STOP ALL. Thanks again you both ^^,