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To send free sms, add your service provider’s domain name to the end of the 10-digit mobile number of the person whom you want to send SMS.

For example, if the mobile number is: 123-456-7890 and the provider is AT&T, then sms can be send through email as:

Recipient’s address: 1234567890@message.alltel.com

Type the message in the message ‘Subject’ or message ‘Body’.

Enjoy free messaging!!

Mobile Device Address:

Bell/President’s Choice/Solo: your 10-digit phone number@txt.bell.ca (7801234567@txt.bell.ca)

Fido: your 10-digit phone number@fido.ca (7801234567@fido.ca)

Koodo: your 10-digit phone number@msg.koodomobile.com (7801234567@msg.koodomobile.com)

Rogers: your 10-digit phone number@pcs.rogers.com (7801234567@pcs.rogers.com)

Telus: your 10-digit phone number@msg.telus.com (7801234567@msg.telus.com)

Virgin: your 10-digit phone number@vmobile.ca (7801234567@vmobile.ca)

To send free sms, add your service provider’s domain name to the end of the 10-digit mobile number of the person whom you want to send SMS.

For example, if the mobile number is – 123-456-7890 and the provider is AT&T, then sms can be send through email as:

Recipient’s address: 1234567890@message.alltel.com

Type the message in the message ‘Subject’ or message ‘Body’.

Enjoy free messaging!!

Mobile Device Address

Alltel: @message.alltel.com
AT&T: @txt.att.net
Boost Mobile: @myboostmobile.com
Sprint Nextel: @messaging.sprintpcs.com
T-Mobile: @tmomail.com
U.S. Cellular: @email.uscc.net
Verizon: @vtext.com
Virgin Mobile: @vmobl.com