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Topic # 7443 15-Apr-2006 12:24
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Does anyone know if it is possible to get e-mail sent to a TCOM phone in the form of an SMS?





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  Reply # 33045 15-Apr-2006 15:23
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soz mate dont think it is possible.

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  Reply # 33047 15-Apr-2006 16:17
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sender needs something like this www.telecom.co.nz/etxt



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  Reply # 33048 15-Apr-2006 16:20
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Not QUITE what I was after.

VFNZ offers this services, I thought TCNZ would too




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  Reply # 33277 18-Apr-2006 11:31
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try webtxt on the Xtra mobile services site, the SMS are sent via this portal @ $0.20 ea and the reply comes back to your mobile.

Telecom had in the past at the start of CDMA 027 allowed SMS via email but it got so badly hit with SPAMers etc that they stopped it as the end recipient gets charged for the text!






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