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Topic # 55284 28-Dec-2009 17:33
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Well me and a friend (friend over msn lol) are working on a sms sender (no not bomber and will not publish one), He's in the states and we have been able to find out the address's quite simple but with New Zealand Providers I can't seem to get it.

I haven't got credit on my phone at the moment to send a text message to my email too actually check so i was just wondering if you guys had or know of a link with the address.


I know it will be something like 6427*** ****@sms.xtra.co.nz  or something similar.

Also if you guys can figure out the mms, and other service providers we can add it too the application so once it's published will be useful to any user.


Cheers in advance,
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  Reply # 285660 28-Dec-2009 17:41
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It's 0271234567@sms.net.nz however this is NOT a free service, and I doubt you will be able to send anything to that address with out subscribing to eTXT.

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  Reply # 285662 28-Dec-2009 17:53
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There are no free services in NZ.

Telecom don't have an address allocated by default but you can sign up for the eTXT service.

Vodafone have one that costs 20c per message to receive.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 285668 28-Dec-2009 18:27
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check out the etxt service (from the link above). This service however needs an active phone # on the telecom network



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  Reply # 285677 28-Dec-2009 18:46
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@sms.net.nz ?? I don't think it would be that. Anyways cheers for the replies.

I just thought that there would be a sms address as for there is a mms one.

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  Reply # 285727 28-Dec-2009 22:20
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Roll3r: @sms.net.nz ?? I don't think it would be that. Anyways cheers for the replies.


So after 3 posts you know who to listen to on a message board? I think you will find nzbnw works for telecom (and seems to be right more than not)....




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