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The telecom plugin is what our server uses for private messages. This allows business owners to run their own phone carriers, and make money from people using their services. You can see your currect signal type and strenght on the tab. Different tower types have different speeds and ranges, this can be seen under Tower types and specs

Usage for messaging[edit | edit source]

To have a conversation using this plugin, you will need to do a few things first. First of all, you need to be subscribed to a carrier of your choice, you need to be in range of a tower of that carrier, and thats about it.

Subscribing to a carrier[edit | edit source]

To subscribe to a carrier, you first have to know your options. You can see a full list of carriers with /telecom carriers. When you chose one, you then need to do /telecom join <carrierName> to be subscribed to it.

Messaging[edit | edit source]

To send a message you simply need to do /msg <person> <message>. To reply to a message, you can also do /r <message>.

Calls[edit | edit source]

Calls are a continous conversation between 2 or more people. When you enter one, everything you type will be in the call. Currently calls dont have message delays either.

Joining a call[edit | edit source]

To start a call, you need to do /call <person>. You then have to wait for them to either accept, or decline the call. This can be done using /phone accept, and /phone deny.

Adding a player to a call[edit | edit source]

Once you are in a call, you can add more people to it to have a group call. This can be done using /phone call add <player>. They then have to accept or deny the call as normal, and upon answering, you will have a group call between all of you.

Usage as a company[edit | edit source]

Tower types and specs[edit | edit source]

Wild[edit | edit source]

  • Range: All of the wild world
  • Speed: 20 seconds

E[edit | edit source]

  • Range: 350 blocks
  • Speed: 10 seconds

3G[edit | edit source]

  • Range: 175 blocks
  • Speed: ~3.33 seconds

4G[edit | edit source]

  • Range: 175 blocks
  • Speed: 2.5 seconds

LTE[edit | edit source]

  • Range: 125 blocks
  • Speed: ~1.5 seconds

5G[edit | edit source]

  • Range: 75 blocks
  • Speed: 0.2 seconds