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    The following is the e-mail address that you would use to send a phone a txt message via e-mail.

    • Cingular: [number]@cingularme.com
    • Nextel: [number]@messaging.nextel.com
    • Sprint: [number]@messaging.sprintpcs.com
    • T-Mobile: [number]@tmomail.net
    • Verizon: [number]@vtext.com
    • Virgin Mobile: [number]@vmobl.com
    • Alltel: [number]@message.alltel.com
    • Boost Mobile: [number]@myboostmobile.com


    Don't know what service the person is on you're trying to send a message to?
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    [number]@teleflip.com

    They'll do the conversion for you. (limited to 100 messages a month, than they start charging)

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    Send an IM to +1XXXXXXXXXX

    So if the number is 455-455-4555 you would IM +14554554555


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    Last edited by tavenger5; 02-09-2007 at 11:52 AM.
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    Re: Carrier Txt Message via E-mail

    How fast is the message sent? Is there a long delay time?



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    Re: Carrier Txt Message via E-mail

    Quote Originally Posted by JimPhillips57
    How fast is the message sent? Is there a long delay time?
    There shouldn't be. As fast as your provider can process the e-mail and the cell phone provider can process SMS.
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    Re: Carrier Txt Message via E-mail

    Not working for me



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    Re: Carrier Txt Message via E-mail

    Anybody know if there's anything like this for British phones?



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    Re: Carrier Txt Message via E-mail

    For XE Mobile - <Cell Number>@xetext.com
    New! For Cingular/ATT - <Cell Number>@wireless.att.net (they went back to it)

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    Last edited by WonderWoman77; 06-24-2007 at 11:27 PM. Reason: Adding to post



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    Re: Carrier Txt Message via E-mail

    I tried it using the cingular service provider and it worked for me.
    This is very valuable information. Thanks



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    Re: Carrier Txt Message via E-mail

    It works for me too, great info



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    Re: Carrier Txt Message via E-mail

    oh,thank you! that's really a big help for someone who is trying to save money.



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    Re: Carrier Txt Message via E-mail

    I actually had a question related to this. My girlfriend just began a program studying abroad, but couldn't really afford an international calling plan (and neither could I). However, we both have unlimited texting plans (but no data) in our respective countries. Is there a way to get around this? I was thinking that we could set up our IM providers so that all IMs we received could be forwarded to our cellphones. Basically, I was hoping she could send me text at my screen name, which would then be forwarded to my cell phone, and vice versa. I know AIM has IM Forwarding and AIM to Mobile, but I don't really understand how they work, and I don't want to do that and later find out I'm being charged $5 a text. Thoughts? If this wouldn't work is there a similar solution? Is there somewhere else I should post this? Thanks a lot!



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    Re: Carrier Txt Message via E-mail

    wow, awesome info. did not know about it . Thank
    All prepaid plans on one website: allprepaidplans.com



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    Re: Carrier Txt Message via E-mail

    Quote Originally Posted by jemy View Post
    oh,thank you! that's really a big help for someone who is trying to save money.
    Jemy you are right..........its very big help.



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    Re: Carrier Txt Message via E-mail

    There shouldn't be!



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