text messaging from a pc

  troika 20:07 13 Feb 04
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it might be a bit of a silly question but is there any way to send free text messages to a mobile phone from a pc via broadband?

alternatively is there a way of sending free texts to mobiles using an ordinary dial up connection ?

cheers

  Halmer 20:10 13 Feb 04

a free program on the last PCA disc that did this very thing?

  Bazz2000 20:10 13 Feb 04

loads of places mate. go to click here and put a search in for free text messages, and that should sort you out.

  AubreyS 20:13 13 Feb 04
  leo49 20:13 13 Feb 04

And another

click here

  flobby 20:14 13 Feb 04

Hi troika.
Who is your isp and phone service provider.
I do not know if they do it now, but tiscali used to allow I think it was 10 per day. and if you have an o2 phone and register on their web site you can send I think 30txts. It would be worth your while if nobody else confirms sites to check the web site for your phone service provider. Cheers, Flobby

  AubreyS 20:15 13 Feb 04

leo49

I beat you to it! ;-)

  georgemac 20:24 13 Feb 04

if you register with o2 you can send 30 free texts a month, but there is a wee advertising blurb at the end. click here this software app makes it very easy to text from the desktop - only through o2.

with o2 you can have more than 1 account, 1 for the wife, son, daughter

orange also give you 30 free a month if you register, that's the only networks we use, don't know about the others

  troika 21:25 13 Feb 04

i have dial up with tiscali at work and ntl broadband at home network i would like to particularly text to free from either pc is on orange

i would really like to be able to text free to orange mobile from my home pc thats the ntl broadband one

  leo49 21:40 13 Feb 04

You don't have to have an O2 phone to use their free texts - I'm with Orange but use O2 to send text from my PC.

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