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Free SMS – An Update

Thursday, January 3, 2008 6 comments

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By seeing the overwhelming 🙂 responses to my post regarding “Free SMS – Way2SMS” might not be in the form of some useful comments but in the form of number of hits it received, I started researching some of other websites which offer similar services.

I came across a couple of them which I thought of letting u know. But these websites I personally haven’t reviewed. You can go ahead and visit these websites, review it and make use of it.

AtroChatro.com

160by2.com

eqo.com

🙂 Also don’t forget to comment about your experiences with these services which will serve as a feedback to others who are yet to use it.

Free SMS – Way2SMS

Friday, December 21, 2007 37 comments

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We all know that sending local SMS is free (most of the operators provide this feature as part of one or the other plan). But when it comes to sending SMS to people who are away from your state, its charged.

You’ll ask by the time we send SMS and he reads it, it would be ages. I would rather call him and inform him what I want to inform him. That’s true but not always. There are situations where a person cannot attend his calls.

Whatever may be the reason it’s always fun to have this feature available at any point in time. Way2SMS – Free SMS to any mobile, any operator is a web site which provides you this feature.

The process includes a free registration with your mobile number and other details, password for which would be sent to you via an SMS to the number that you provided during your registration process.

That’s it you are all set to send an SMS.

SMS to individuals, SMS to groups and mobile goodies such as ring tones, wall papers are other attractions.

I’ve already registered myself and started sending SMS. Hope you will also give it a try and make use of this facility.

Also hope this will not be a paid feature after some time in the future. So “Make hay while the sun shines” 🙂