How to send text to a any cell phone
How to send text to a any cell phone
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SMS email on your phone! All you need to know is your cell phone's email address. Most carriers have "SMS gateways" which take email messages from the Internet and deliver them to their customers' cell phones as SMS text messages. In UK you can send texts to home phones. BT calls you and a computer reads it out quite well: http://www.fixedtext.com/.
[10-digit phone number]@message.alltel.com
AT&T (formerly Cingular)
[10-digit phone number]@txt.att.net
[10-digit phone number]@myboostmobile.com
Nextel (now part of Sprint Nextel)
[10-digit telephone number]@messaging.nextel.com
Sprint PCS (now Sprint Nextel)
[10-digit phone number]@messaging.sprintpcs.com
[10-digit phone number]@tmomail.net
[10-digit phone number]@vtext.com
Virgin Mobile USA
[10-digit phone number]@vmobl.com
How to Stop Verizon from giving your information to vendors
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Federal "Do Not Call" laws allow you to place residential landline and wireless phone numbers on the National Do Not Call Registry to prevent telemarketing calls to those numbers. If you would like to add your numbers to this list, you may do so by calling 1-888-382-1222, or by visiting www.donotcall.gov.
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How to turn off Verizon voice mail
Voice Mail is an included feature that is typically added to your account when you first activate service. Turn off Verizon voice mail so that all unanswered calls go directly to your answering machine.
Call Verizon and have the voice mail turned off. It took approximately two days. They do NOT charge for this!
If you do not want to use you voice mail is log in to you voice mail system by calling the access number and change the ring count to 8 then turn on you answering machine and setup the ring count lower then what you have have set on the Verizon mail.
Since the Verizon Voicemail will answer calls to you number when you are using your phone, a second incoming call to your number while your own answering machine is taking a message WILL BE forwarded the the Verizon Voicemail system --possibly giving you recorded messages in 2 places. Note that each increase in the ring count will add 6 seconds to the amount of time it takes to forward the call to the Verizon Voicemail system.
If you really don't what the Verizon Voicemail system which can handle multiple calls simultanteously (something you own answering machine cannot do), your only option is to phone Verizon's business office and request that they remove the Verizon Voicemail service from your line.http://www22.verizon.com/Residential/Support/contactus/
To access your voice mailbox:
- Press *VM (*86) and SEND.
- Follow the prompts to enter your password and retrieve your messages.
NOTE: If you hear your own system greeting when you dial *VM (*86), press # to interrupt it and follow the prompts to enter your password.
- Dial your mobile number.
- Press # to interrupt the greeting and follow the prompts to enter your password and retrieve messages.
|1 = Rewind||6 = Faster|
|1 - 1 = Rewind to beginning of message||7 = Delete Message*|
|2 = Pause||9 = Save Message*|
|3 = Fast Forward||* = Cancel/Exit|
|3- 3 = Fast Forward to end of message||0 = Help|
|4 = Slower||# = Finish/Skip|
|5 = Envelope Info (date/time message was sent)|
After listening to a message, press:
|6 = Forward|
|7 = Delete|
|8 = Reply**|
|9 = Save|
|0 = Help|