How to Send a Text Message With an Attachment From a Computer

by Riz Khan

A text message embedded with an audio, video or some other file is known as a multimedia message. Network carriers typically charge a fee for sending multimedia messages via cell phones. A more cost-effective option is to send the message from a computer using one of the many online MMS tools.

SMS Free 4 All website

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Send a text message with an attachment using SMS Free 4 All website.

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Enter the cell phone number of the message recipient in the given field and select the recipient's network carrier from the dropdown list.

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Enter the message in the text box and provide the Captcha security code as displayed on the image.

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Click "Browse..." and select the file to be attached to your message.

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Click "Submit" button to deliver your message.

Text 4 Free website

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Send the MMS using Text 4 Free website.

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Enter the cell phone number of the recipient and select his network carrier from the dropdown list. If you want to send the message to multiple recipients, click "Click To Add Another Recipient" and provide similar information for the other recipients.

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Enter your message into the textbox.

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Click "Browse..." to attach the file you want to send with your message.

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Enter the security code and click "Send Message(s)!" button to deliver your message.

Text 4 Free Online website

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Send free MMS via Text 4 Free Online website.

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Select the country to which you want to send the message and enter the phone number of the recipient. Also, select the recipient's carrier.

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Enter your message into the "Message" field and click the small computer icon to attach a file with your message.

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Click "Send Message" to deliver your message.

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About the Author

Riz Khan started writing professionally in 2005. He has written for IT blogs, such as AddictiveTips. He owns a blog where he shares information, tips and tricks relating to IT, PDAs and graphics software. Khan has a diploma in digital media arts from Seneca College. He is currently enrolled in a bachelor's program in computer information systems at Yorkville University.