Sending text messages from your email to the various cell phone providers


Sending Text Messages for Free via E-mail

Most major cell service companies provide free e-mail to SMS (Short Message Service) gateways where users can send text messages for free via e-mail.

Here is a list of e-mail to SMS gateways where users can send free text messages:

AT&T – cellnumber@txt.att.net
Verizon – cellnumber@vtext.com
T-Mobile – cellnumber@tmomail.net
Sprint PCS – cellnumber@messaging.sprintpcs.com
MetroPcs – cellnumber@mymetropcs.com or @metropcs.sms.us
Virgin Mobile – cellnumber@vmobl.com
US Cellular – cellnumber@email.uscc.net
Nextel – cellnumber@messaging.nextel.com
Boost – cellnumber@myboostmobile.com
Alltel – cellnumber@message.alltel.com

Brazil
Nextel – cellnumber@nextel.com.br
cellnumber@clarotorpedo.com.br

All you need to do is opening your yahoo, gmail, hotmail, AOL or any other email account and putting the phone number followed by @providersuffix. (net/com/us, etc.) and type the text you want to send in the body of the email

For a more complete list including other 47 countries check here at Tech-Faq.com
Note: Cell phone text messages use the SMS (Short Message Service) protocol.

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One Response to “Sending text messages from your email to the various cell phone providers”

  1. Berk Says:

    I find the above solution you gave don’t always work. What if we don’t know their service provider?
    I found a great place you can send global text message at no cost. 24sms.net

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