The country code for the United States, Canada, and certain islands in/near the Caribbean, is +1. Follow that with the three-digit area code and 7-digit subscriber number. If you are on a GSM mobile, text the number in full international format, as in +13115550123. Otherwise, replace the plus sign with your international access prefix.
(The plus sign means "insert your international access prefix here." From a GSM mobile phone, you can enter the number in full international format, starting with the plus sign. The most common prefix is 00, but North America (USA, Canada, etc.) uses 011, and many other countries use different prefixes.)
Just put there number and press send
It depends on who your carrier is. Most service providers don't charge for state changing texts because the service is national. Texting someone internationally would be different though
You will tell. There will be more, less, or different text in the story, explanation, or whatever you call it.
They meet with people in different cities, have offices in areas, send emails, and you can call, text, email, or write them.
The state in which the services were provided
If you have a number for them, then you can text someone in Europe from anywhere in the world.
Yes it can.
No it is not bad to tell someone to text you if you know them and it is rude of them not to reply to your text. You did nothing wrong.
It is possible to text internationally, however it is very expensive and may require an international phone.
yes no madder where you are you can text somebody if you have signal.
U can txt some1 from 1 state 2 another state but u cant txt 2 some1 out of the US