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Thread: Free Send/Recieve SMS

  1. #1
    Default Free Send/Recieve SMS
    There are many ways to send sms on an iphone. One way is email.

    "NOTE: Messages still incur the cost to the receiver who will always have to pay for an incoming message. This method makes sending free.

    If you ever need to text someone on their phone and you’re at a computer you can actually send one through your email account. Just send an email to their address below based on their phone service:

    Verizon: [email protected]
    AT&T: [email protected]
    Sprint: [email protected]
    T-Mobile: [email protected]
    Nextel: [email protected]
    Cingular: [email protected]
    Virgin Mobile: [email protected]
    Alltel: [email protected]
    CellularOne: [email protected]
    Omnipoint: [email protected]
    Qwest: [email protected]"
    I copied that from a website. Can someone please make a sms app like Apple's that will use email to send/recieve messages.

  2. #2
    It is called SwirlyMMS

  3. #3
    Are you sure that SwirlyMMS handles standard sms? I don't believe it does, but please correct me if I'm wrong. Depending on the provider, sometimes it's free to receive sms. If you want to send free sms, you could always use a web service such as http://www.onlinetextmessage.com/
    Please hit the thanks button if I helped you out

  4. #4
    What about SunCom? It'd be nice to have SunCom as well...?

  5. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by bifnewman View Post
    There are many ways to send sms on an iphone. One way is email.

    "NOTE: Messages still incur the cost to the receiver who will always have to pay for an incoming message. This method makes sending free.

    If you ever need to text someone on their phone and you’re at a computer you can actually send one through your email account. Just send an email to their address below based on their phone service:

    Verizon: [email protected]
    AT&T: [email protected]
    Sprint: [email protected]
    T-Mobile: [email protected]
    Nextel: [email protected]
    Cingular: [email protected]
    Virgin Mobile: [email protected]
    Alltel: [email protected]
    CellularOne: [email protected]
    Omnipoint: [email protected]
    Qwest: [email protected]"
    I copied that from a website. Can someone please make a sms app like Apple's that will use email to send/recieve messages.
    Try SkySMS... Hope that helped

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