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Topic # 62721 13-Jun-2010 15:49
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Hi All,

just wondering if there is a sevice with Telecom that will allow me to send a message from email to mobile and charge the message to my Telecom account.
So the email 'to' addy would be 027xxxxxxx@xxxxxx.co.nz or something similar.

Just trying to setup a text message alert.

Hope this makes sense

TIA

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  Reply # 341246 13-Jun-2010 16:13
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  Reply # 341247 13-Jun-2010 16:20
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Yeah thought about that but the text would send will no more than 1 or 2 a month
it doesnt have to be with telecom if its free

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 341249 13-Jun-2010 16:23
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Most phones will allow you to send an SMS from their PC software, not quite an email client, but perhaps try this?

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  Reply # 341259 13-Jun-2010 16:57
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There are numerous commercial services including etxt (Telecom) however if you're only wanting 1 or 2 message a month they won't interest you. There is no simple pay as you go option available.

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