How to Send a Free Text Message to a Wireless Phone

by Kristie Sweet
You can send a free text message by using the Internet.

You can send a free text message by using the Internet.

In 2012, teenagers alone sent an average of 60 text messages each day, 20 percent more than just a few years earlier. Such numbers illustrate the increasing popularity of text messaging. Even those without cell phones can send messages to someone's cell phone by using a text message service over the Internet. Many such sites offer free services to users, which can be convenient if you have lost your phone, have used all the texts available in your phone package or otherwise need to send a free text.

Txt2day

1

Open the txt2day site in your browser.

2

Type the recipient's phone number in the "Send a free text message SMS" box.

3

Add your email if you want the person to be able to reply to your message.

4

Choose the cell phone provider company the recipient uses from the drop-down menu. If you do not know the provider, click on the link to look it up.

5

Type your message in the text box.

6

Answer the anti-spam question by typing the correct number in the field below the message, read the terms of service and click to place a check mark in the box to indicate you agree to the terms and press "Send It."

Sea SMS

1

Navigate to the Sea SMS page.

2

Type your message in the message box.

3

Put the recipient's phone number in the number field. Click the small icon next to the field if you need to determine the format for the number.

4

Choose the recipient's cell phone provider from the drop-down list.

5

Click "Send."

Text by SMS

1

Open your browser and go to the Text by SMS site.

2

Place the recipient's phone number in the mobile phone field.

3

Type your email address in the next field.

4

Type a subject for your text.

5

Select the recipient's cell phone provider from the drop-down menu.

6

Write your message and copy the verification code into the field.

7

Click "Send Text Now."

About the Author

Kristie Sweet has been writing professionally since 1982, most recently publishing for various websites on topics like health and wellness, and education. She holds a Master of Arts in English from the University of Northern Colorado.

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