text from computer
To text from computer you need an email account and the full ten-digit phone number of the person you want to send a text message to. You will also need to know who the recipient uses for cellular service.
Each cellular phone service provider (also called a carrier) will have an email address that you will need to send a text from a computer. You need to put the recipient’s full 10-difit cell number in front of the @ symbol in the email address used by the service provider for email text messages.
Service Providers Text from Computer Addresses
Most text from computer messages can be a maximum of 160 characters in length. To text a person on any of the following U.S and Canadian networks you can use these email addresses:
For most services, standard messaging rates apply for the recipient of the text from computer message. Some cellular service providers may also offer a web-based form on their website that you can use to send a text message by entering the recipient’s full 10-difit cellular number into the form.
Text from computer is also called email text message.
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