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Use these email address and you can get unlimited text just by paying for the data plan. Compose an email threw any of your email's setup on your phone. (I use my BlackBerry email) and use these email address to the person your sending a message to. They will recieve it as a text message. All they have to do is reply to your message and you get the message back as an email. NO CHARGE for texting !!!!!! Go to your address book, go to your friends name, edit, change email to wireless#@whateveraddress.com, compose an email to your friend and your all setup. Some of you guys might know this already but I just found this out and its working great. Hope it works for you guys as well.

Aliant (NBTel, MTT, NewTel, and Island Tel) (from: 11, msg: 140, total: 140)
Enter your phone number. Message is sent to [email address]

Alltel (from: 50, msg: 116, total: 116)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address].

Ameritech (ACSWireless) (from: 120, msg: 120, total: 120)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

Arch Wireless (from: 15, msg: 240, total: 240)
Enter your phone number. Sent via USA MOBILITY (assumes blank PIN)

AU by KDDI (from: 20, msg: 10000, total: 10000)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

BeeLine GSM (from: 50, msg: 255, total: 255)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

Bell Mobility Canada (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120)
Enter your phone number, including the 1 prefix. Goes to [email address]

Bellsouth (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

BellSouth Mobility (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

Blue Sky Frog (from: 30, msg: 120, total: 120)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

Boost (from: 30, msg: 120, total: 120)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

Cellular South (from: 50, msg: 155, total: 155)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address]

CellularOne (Dobson) (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

CellularOne West (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

Centennial Wireless (from: 10, msg: 110, total: 110)
Enter your phone number. Sent via Centennial Wirelesst

Cincinnati Bell (from: 20, msg: 50, total: 50)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

Cingular (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

Cingular Blue (formerly AT&T Wireless) (from: 50, msg: 150, total: 150)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

Cingular IM Plus/Bellsouth IPS (from: 100, msg: 16000, total: 16000)
Enter 8 digit PIN or user name. Goes to @imcingular.com

Cingular IM Plus/Bellsouth IPS Cellphones (from: 100, msg: 16000, total: 16000)
Enter phone number. Goes to @mobile.mycingular.com

Claro (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

Comviq (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

Dutchtone/Orange-NL (from: 15, msg: 150, total: 150)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address]

Edge Wireless (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address]

EinsteinPCS / Airadigm Communications (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address]

EPlus (from: 20, msg: 480, total: 480)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address].

Estonia Mobile Telefon (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Sent via webform.

Fido Canada (from: 15, msg: 140, total: 140)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address].

Golden Telecom (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number or nickname. Messages are sent to [email address]

Idea Cellular (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address]

Kyivstar (from: 30, msg: 160, total: 160)
Sent by addressing the message to [email address]

LMT (from: 30, msg: 120, total: 120)
Enter your username. Goes to [email address]

Manitoba Telecom Systems (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120)
10-digit phone number. Goes to @text.mtsmobility.com

Meteor (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

Metro PCS (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120)
10-digit phone number. Goes to [email address]

Metrocall Pager (from: 120, msg: 120, total: 120)
10-digit phone number. Goes to [email address]

MobileOne (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

Mobilfone (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

Mobility Bermuda (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

MTS Primtel (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Sent via web gateway.

Aliant (NBTel, MTT, NewTel, and Island Tel) (from: 11, msg: 140, total: 140)
Enter your phone number. Message is sent to [email address]

Netcom (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

Nextel (from: 50, msg: 126, total: 126)
10-digit phone number. Goes to [email address]. Note: do not use dashes in your phone number.

NPI Wireless (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address].

NTC (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Sent via web gateway.

O2 (formerly BTCellnet) (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120)
Enter O2 username - must be enabled first at O2. Goes to [email address].

O2 M-mail (formerly BTCellnet) (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120)
Enter phone number, omitting intial zero - must be enabled first by sending an SMS saying "ON" to phone number "212". Goes to +44[number]@mmail.co.uk.

Optus (from: 20, msg: 114, total: 114)
Enter your phone number. Goes to @optusmobile.com.au

Orange (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Goes to @orange.net. You will need to create a user account at orange.net first.

Oskar (from: 20, msg: 320, total: 320)
Enter your phone number. Goes to @mujoskar.cz

Other (from: 15, msg: 100, total: 100)
If your provider isn't supported directly, enter the email address that sends you a text message in phone number field. To be safe, the entire message is sent in the body of the message, and the length limit is really short. We'd prefer you give us information about your provider so we can support it directly.

Pacific Bell Cingular (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120)
10-digit phone number. Goes to @mobile.mycingular.com

Pagenet (from: 20, msg: 220, total: 240)
10-digit phone number (or gateway and pager number separated by a period). Goes to [email address].

PCS Rogers (from: 20, msg: 125, total: 125)
10-digit phone number. Goes to [email address]. Requires prior registration with PCS Rogers.

Personal Communication (Sonet) (from: 20, msg: 150, total: 150)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address] with your number in the subject line.

Plus GSM Poland (from: 20, msg: 620, total: 620)
10-digit phone number. Goes to [email address].

Powertel (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120)
10-digit phone number. Goes to [email address]

Primtel (from: 20, msg: 150, total: 150)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

PSC Wireless (from: 20, msg: 150, total: 150)
Enter your phone number. Goes to [email address]

Qualcomm (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120)
Enter your username. Goes to [email address]

Qwest (from: 14, msg: 100, total: 100)
10-digit phone number. Goes to @qwestmp.com

Safaricom (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160)
Goes to @safaricomsms.com

Satelindo GSM (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160)
Goes to @satelindogsm.com

SCS-900 (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160)
Goes to @scs-900.ru

Simple Freedom (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160)
Goes to @text.simplefreedom.net

Skytel - Alphanumeric (from: 15, msg: 240, total: 240)
Enter your 7-digit pin number as your number and your message will be mailed to [email address]

Smart Telecom (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Goes to @mysmart.mymobile.ph

Smarts GSM (from: 11, msg: 70, total: 70)
Enter your phone number. Sent via http://www.samara-gsm.ru/scripts/smsgate.exe

Southern Linc (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your 10-digit phone number. Goes to @page.southernlinc.com

Sprint PCS (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your 10-digit phone number. Goes to @messaging.sprintpcs.com

Sprint PCS - Short Mail (from: 15, msg: 1000, total: 1000)
Enter your phone number. Goes to @sprintpcs.com

SunCom (from: 18, msg: 110, total: 110)
Enter your number. Email will be sent to [email address].

SureWest Communications (from: 20, msg: 200, total: 200)
Enter your phone number. Message will be sent to [email address]

SwissCom Mobile (from: 20, msg: 10000, total: 10000)
Enter your phone number. Message will be sent to [email address]

T-Mobile Germany (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your number. Email will be sent to [email address]

T-Mobile Netherlands (from: 15, msg: 160, total: 160)
Send "EMAIL ON" to 555 from your phone, then enter your number starting with 316. Email will be sent to [email address]

T-Mobile UK (from: 30, msg: 160, total: 160)
Messages are sent to [email address]

T-Mobile USA (from: 30, msg: 160, total: 160)
Messages are sent to [email address]

T-Mobile USA (Sidekick) (from: 30, msg: 10000, total: 10000)
Messages are sent to [email address]

Tele2 Latvia (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
10-digit phone number. Goes to [email address].

Telefonica Movistar (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120)
10-digit phone number. Goes to [email address]

Telenor (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
10-digit phone number. Goes to [email address].

Telia Denmark (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
8-digit phone number. Goes to [email address].

Telus Mobility (from: 30, msg: 120, total: 120)
10-digit phone number. Goes to [email address].

The Phone House (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
10-digit phone number. Goes to [email address].

TIM (from: 30, msg: 350, total: 350)
10-digit phone number. Goes to [email address].

UMC (from: 10, msg: 120, total: 120)
Sent by addressing the message to [email address]

Unicel (from: 10, msg: 120, total: 120)
Sent by addressing the message to [email address]

US Cellular (from: , msg: 150, total: 150)
Enter a 10 digit USCC Phone Number. Messages are sent via US Cellular

Verizon Wireless (from: 34, msg: 140, total: 140)
Enter your 10-digit phone number. Messages are sent via email to [email address].

Verizon Wireless (formerly Airtouch) (from: 20, msg: 120, total: 120)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address]. This is ONLY for former AirTouch customers. Verizon Wireless customers should use Verizon Wireless instead.

Verizon Wireless (myairmail.com) (from: 34, msg: 140, total: 140)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent via to [email address].

Vessotel (from: 20, msg: 800, total: 800)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address].

Virgin Mobile Canada (from: 20, msg: 140, total: 140)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address].

Virgin Mobile USA (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address].

Vodafone Italy (from: 20, msg: 132, total: 132)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address]

Vodafone Japan (Chuugoku/Western) (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address]

Vodafone Japan (Hokkaido) (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address]

Vodafone Japan (Hokuriko/Central North) (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address]

Vodafone Japan (Kansai/West -- including Osaka) (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address]

Vodafone Japan (Kanto/Koushin/East -- including Tokyo) (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address]

Vodafone Japan (Kyuushu/Okinawa) (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address]

Vodafone Japan (Shikoku) (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address]

Vodafone Japan (Touhoku/Niigata/North) (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address]

Vodafone Japan (Toukai/Central) (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Messages are sent to [email address]

Vodafone Spain (from: 20, msg: 90, total: 90)
Enter your username. Messages are sent to [email address]

Vodafone UK (from: 20, msg: 70, total: 90)
Enter your username. Messages are sent to [email address]

Voicestream (from: 15, msg: 140, total: 140)
Enter your 10-digit phone number. Message is sent via the email gateway, since they changed their web gateway and we have not gotten it working with the new one yet.

Weblink Wireless (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Goes to @airmessage.net

WellCom (from: 20, msg: 160, total: 160)
Enter your phone number. Goes to @sms.welcome2well.com

WyndTell (from: 20, msg: 480, total: 500)
Enter username/phone number. Goes to @wyndtell.com
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but then you have to know what service they are using... what if they switch providers?


just use: <telephone number>@teleflip.com

much easier
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so all i have to do is put the number@teleflip and it knows what phone to send it to ???
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This thread should be in the Attension section!
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Old 10-28-2006, 08:51 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I certainly cannot work this out ....any help appreciated? I'm with vodafone in the Uk and if I "email" to [email address] I get an error returned.

This work in UK anyone know?? Or what am I doing wrong??
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Yea, vodafone UK for some reason uses USERNAME@--- and not NUMBER@---. Not familiar with vodafone so I dunno whats up with that...

I guess they probably wanna limit this people getting freebie SMS. Maybe subscribers wanting this option have to sign up online or something to get a username...

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...This work in UK anyone know?? Or what am I doing wrong??
Call the Vodaphone tech support group. I'm sure they can give you the proper syntax.
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but then you have to know what service they are using... what if they switch providers?


just use: <telephone number>@teleflip.com

much easier
Teleflip.com currently supports only North American mobile numbers: http://www.teleflip.com/support/supportmain.htm#faq3
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Teleflip is the easiest way to send a txt message.
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But if you don't have a txt plan everytime you get one back it costs you a dime unless everyone you txt with has a data plan and uses teleflip too. For $5/month you can do 400. I appreciate the technology, not the practicality. Does this really save you money?
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dose this take a longer than a reg. SMS?
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Call the Vodaphone tech support group. I'm sure they can give you the proper syntax.
You joking - they help?! Wouldnt be in their interest, I just about get to makes calls through their network with no hassle!

On Orange UK - is it the same idea. if sending to an orange user, they need to have an account (user name) set up with orange or what?
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When they reply you get charged, and when you respond, at least on my VZW 8703e, it goes to their phone via SMS and not email-SMS so even a quick three or four message barrage you only save one SMS on. (Unless you choose the destination each time and add it to your address book for the most common ones.) -Pk
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dose this take a longer than a reg. SMS?
Yes. There are additional processing levels involved when sending through an email to SMS gateway.
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You joking - they help?! Wouldnt be in their interest...
I disagree. The carriers are the ones who have put these email to SMS gateways in place. Buy creating an easy to use method for users to email cellphones it stimulates additional SMS traffic from the recipient. I have many clients who use these gateways to send SMS messages to their employees through their desktops. If the remote worker replies that's SMS traffic on our network and money in our pockets. It would be counterintuitive for carriers to create the gateway but not assist their customers with its use.

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When they reply you get charged, and when you respond, at least on my VZW 8703e, it goes to their phone via SMS and not email-SMS so even a quick three or four message barrage you only save one SMS on. (Unless you choose the destination each time and add it to your address book for the most common ones.) -Pk
Interesting ... this is not at all how it works on my Bell Mobility 8703e. If I send an email to [email address] (or even to [email address]) it arrives at the destination cellphone as an SMS message with my email address as the return address. When the recipient replies the reply goes to my email address and arrives in my email inbox; it does not arrive as an SMS message.

From my end all I see is a series of short emails and from the recipient cellphone user's end all they see is a series of SMS messages. It's quite seemless when I use it.
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If that's true you still need to pay for a txt plan, contrary to what the person at the top of the tread said. I'm confused!
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If that's true you still need to pay for a txt plan, contrary to what the person at the top of the tread said. I'm confused!
If used properly then you should not need an SMS plan. When you send through teleflip.com or another gateway the return address is your email address. If the recipient replies directly to the SMS message that they have received then it should arrive on your BlackBerry as an email and use only your data package.

If, however, they send their reply to your mobile number then it will arrive on your BlackBerry as an SMS message.

Bear in mind, as well, that different carriers may transport the messages in different ways. A couple of test messages back and forth should be enough to verify exactly how the gateways function.

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thanks but I have both unlimited sms and data :D!
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Interesting ... this is not at all how it works on my Bell Mobility 8703e. If I send an email to [email address] (or even to [email address]) it arrives at the destination cellphone as an SMS message with my email address as the return address. When the recipient replies the reply goes to my email address and arrives in my email inbox; it does not arrive as an SMS message.

From my end all I see is a series of short emails and from the recipient cellphone user's end all they see is a series of SMS messages. It's quite seemless when I use it.
I'll contact VZW and see if I've got something that can be set differently but it's not that way for me. :-/ Thanks though, good data.. I'll work it. -Pk
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