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Submitted by Das Capitolin 647d ago | article

Guide: How To Send Free Text Messages Via Email

BenchmarkReviews.com: Wireless carriers continue to raise the price for sending text messages from your cellular phone, even though Short Message Service (SMS) has been around for twenty years and creates very little load on their infrastructure. Network carriers such as AT&T charge $.20 per text message or $.30 per multimedia message unless you add their optional $20/month unlimited messaging service, which may not fit into everyone's budget. This guide offers an alternative, and shows you how to send simple text and multimedia picture messages through any email account. (Cell Phones, Gadgets, Olin Coles, Smartphone, Text Message)

ReconHope  +   647d ago
i've been texting for google voice for free for like 3 years now.

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