Deleting old Facebook messages

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Hi, my name is jean, and I would like to know how you delete what you don't actually want, not all of it. Just some and how much does it cost when your phone receives these Facebook entries.


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  • Subhendu Sen
    What kind of deletion did you want? It seems that some Facebook related query is there. If you are a owner of a Facebook page, you can delete any comment/ post/ advert/ event etc. and there is no cost. Now exactly what did you want that should be revealed here.
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  • ToddN2000
    Are you just referring to Facebook messages? You can try turning notifications off for the app or if you do not use the app your self, block them. If you are looking to stop other type of messages, let us know what type and what model phone you use.
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  • carlosdl
    As others have suggested, you might need to be a little more specific about what you actually want to do.

    Do you really want to "delete" messages? That means removing messages that you already received, in the past.

    Why do you want to do that? What do you think will be the benefit of doing so?

    As for the cost, it depends on your data plan, so have no way to know.
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