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  1. #1
    Lem
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    What recommended web sites or services are there which are simple to set
    up and which let the other party SMS me without showing their number?

    Of course I get lots of Google hits for "free SMS" but ....

    which sites are recommended for being reliable in sending the SMS
    without delay and not collecting mobile numbers or adding particularly
    intrusive text?



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  2. #2
    Stuart B
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    Re: Simple way for people to text me anonymously?

    On Tue, 20 Feb 2007 10:54:03 GMT, Lem <[email protected]> wrote:

    >What recommended web sites or services are there which are simple to set
    >up and which let the other party SMS me without showing their number?
    >
    >Of course I get lots of Google hits for "free SMS" but ....
    >
    >which sites are recommended for being reliable in sending the SMS
    >without delay and not collecting mobile numbers or adding particularly
    >intrusive text?


    Why would you want to receive anonymous texts? ....would you be able
    to reply to them ? .



  3. #3
    CheggersPop
    Guest

    Re: Simple way for people to text me anonymously?

    >> What recommended web sites or services are there which are simple to set
    >> up and which let the other party SMS me without showing their number?
    >>
    >> Of course I get lots of Google hits for "free SMS" but ....
    >>
    >> which sites are recommended for being reliable in sending the SMS
    >> without delay and not collecting mobile numbers or adding particularly
    >> intrusive text?

    >
    > Why would you want to receive anonymous texts? ....would you be able
    > to reply to them ? .


    I think the OP meant -

    "What recommended web sites or services are there which are simple to
    set up and would let me stalk someone via SMS without showing my
    number?"





  4. #4
    R. Mark Clayton
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    Re: Simple way for people to text me anonymously?


    "Stuart B" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > On Tue, 20 Feb 2007 10:54:03 GMT, Lem <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    >>What recommended web sites or services are there which are simple to set
    >>up and which let the other party SMS me without showing their number?
    >>
    >>Of course I get lots of Google hits for "free SMS" but ....
    >>
    >>which sites are recommended for being reliable in sending the SMS
    >>without delay and not collecting mobile numbers or adding particularly
    >>intrusive text?

    >
    > Why would you want to receive anonymous texts? ....would you be able
    > to reply to them ? .


    I think what the OP really meant was "how do I send SMS to people
    anonymously", presumably with obscene / threatening content...





  5. #5
    Brian A
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    Re: Simple way for people to text me anonymously?

    On 21 Feb 2007 01:20:10 -0800, "Schtop!" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >On 20 Feb, 10:54, Lem <[email protected]> wrote:
    >> What recommended web sites or services are there which are simple to set
    >> up and which let the other party SMS me without showing their number?
    >>
    >> Of course I get lots of Google hits for "free SMS" but ....
    >>
    >> which sites are recommended for being reliable in sending the SMS
    >> without delay and not collecting mobile numbers or adding particularly
    >> intrusive text?

    >
    >Not sure why you would want to send anonymous SMS to people but try
    >searching FREE SMS in Google. You'll find a couple of PC 2 SMS
    >solutions and it should still show a sender ID. Just not yours...

    I don't have an answer but
    I think that the OP made it quite clear. He wants to be able to
    receive texts from people without being able to see thier number. Why?
    Well, then he can tell people that their number remains confidential
    to them. It may be that, if the person needs a reply, that they
    include their phone number or email address. Not all texts require a
    reply - it might be a vote on something for example. People don't want
    to be spammed with text messages so they may be rluctant to send a
    text if they think that their number is being harvested. It then just
    depends on whether a texter trust the recipient.
    Remove 'no_spam_' from email address.



  6. #6
    Dananos
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    Re: Simple way for people to text me anonymously?

    On 21 Feb, 11:18, Brian A <[email protected]> wrote:
    > On 21 Feb 2007 01:20:10 -0800, "Schtop!" <[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    > >On 20 Feb, 10:54, Lem <[email protected]> wrote:
    > >> What recommended web sites or services are there which are simple to set
    > >> up and which let the other party SMS me without showing their number?

    >
    > >> Of course I get lots of Google hits for "free SMS" but ....

    >
    > >> which sites are recommended for being reliable in sending the SMS
    > >> without delay and not collecting mobile numbers or adding particularly
    > >> intrusive text?

    >
    > >Not sure why you would want to send anonymous SMS to people but try
    > >searchingFREE SMSin Google. You'll find a couple of PC 2 SMS
    > >solutions and it should still show a sender ID. Just not yours...

    >
    > I don't have an answer but
    > I think that the OP made it quite clear. He wants to be able to
    > receive texts from people without being able to see thier number. Why?
    > Well, then he can tell people that their number remains confidential
    > to them. It may be that, if the person needs a reply, that they
    > include their phone number or email address. Not all texts require a
    > reply - it might be a vote on something for example. People don't want
    > to be spammed with text messages so they may be rluctant to send a
    > text if they think that their number is being harvested. It then just
    > depends on whether a texter trust the recipient.
    > Remove 'no_spam_' from email address.




    Are you looking to cloak your sender number as someone else, or just
    be anonymous?
    Most SMS API systems provide a means of speciying the sender ID, even
    as alphanumeric charachters
    which may or may not be supported on all phones


    www.freebiesms.co.uk




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