If your current mobile carrier doesn’t offer unlimited text messaging, there is are free text messaging options on the internet. These websites allow you to send 140 character text messages for free. You can even include your email address to get replies instead of having them sent to your phone. 문자발송
Some of the service providers that allow texting from online free text message sites include: AT&T, Alltel, Cingular, Bell Canada, Boost (Boost Mobile), Nextel, Mobile One, Orange, Edge, Plus Poland, Movistar, Immix, Fido, GCI, Incandescent, Unicell, US Cellular, T Mobile, Virgin Mobile, Vodacom, SunCom and T Mobile UK. That is only a partial list. The number of providers is constantly changing. New ones are added and some are deleted.
What happens if you don’t know the name of the carrier that you are sending the text to? When that happens you can guess the provider by sending the message to the most popular ones. Some sites provide a Cell Phone Provider Lookup. You can enter the area code and first three digits of the number and it will give you the name of the carrier. This is surprisingly accurate and something you will glean an answer that says “Most Likely Provider is…(name)”
Some carriers deliver the message as an attachment, others as a photo and some the majority deliver it as a standard text message. There can be delays by the carrier but generally it is not a function of the free text messaging website. For the most part I have never had any problems using these services but there can be times when it takes a few minutes for messages to be delivered to the cell phone.
There are many reasons people use free texting sites instead of their phone. Students are often going beyond theirr message limit or are discouraged from bringing phones to school. Seniors and less technology savy individuals hate typing on tiny keyboards. Some people simply do not own or have access to a cell phone that is charged. Travellers pay huge roaming charges if they attempt to use their cell phone internationally. A website can be accessed relatively inexpensively in hotels, cafes and free wi-fi locations around the globe. Free text messaging websites can be the solution.