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Sending an SMS through a web interface
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Question:I want to send an SMS using a web site. I do not want to use teleflip.com because it uses up too many characters to send sender's email address etc.
Answer:Look at the recipient's phone service web site. E.g. if your recipient has phone service from Cingular, use the Cingular's site.
Note, that many Cingular customers are former AT&T Wireless customers. You need to use a separate web page for them.
North American Carriers:
Send an SMS to former AT&T Wireless customers (now Cingular):
Send an SMS to other Cingular Customers:
Send an SMS to Sprint/ Nextel Customers:
Send an SMS to Verizon Customers:
Send an SMS to an MTS Life Customer:
http://www.mts-life.ru/services/index.jsp?pageId=53d65d-f37509e8c8--7ffe If you want to use an email client, and not rely on teleflip.com, use these email addresses. E.g. if your friend has phone number 41512134567 from T-Mobile, then address the email to firstname.lastname@example.org: