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2011-06-19 07:01:36
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you simply type your message and enter the phone number of the person you want to send the message to.


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Probably no, because there are services in messangers which allow U to send SMS messages but I don't think that U can send text messages from a cell phone to a computer.)Actually, Yes you can. I sent messages to Facebook all the time. so ignore the last answer. You can send messages to computers using a cell phone.

It could be the Sprint customer has shut off the ability to receive text messages.

Well I have a Gmail account and you can send text messages to anyone with a U.S. cell phone.

Just like anyplace, with a cell phone.

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because maybe that phone does not let you send messages. I just want to say they person who posted the first answer is a complete idiot.

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Yes, the system queues up SMS and other "txt" messages and when the mobile phone enters the range of some cell tower the queued messages will be sent through that tower to the phone.

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There are many different sites that allow you to send free text messages from your computer to a cell phone. Here are a few that I know: I hope these work for you!

One can send SMS messages for free if the phone has internet. If the phone has an internet, one can use applications such as What's up and viber and send SMS messages for free.

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There is a company out of NY who has developed a process for making collect calls to cell phones. They send an invoice by way of text messages directly to the cell phone.

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It is best to call up your service provider so you could first determine whether the problem lies in your phone or in the network. Make sure you take notes if the messages send to certain phone number or they don't send them to any number at all.

You can find a website that can send free text messages online to someone that has a Bell cell phone service at the official bell website. You can accomplish this by using the Bell Mobility Web Messaging feature of the site.

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