how can I send text messages from pc to phone?

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Sep 11, 2013 2:20:12 PM via Website

Hello, I want to send text messages from my computer to other's phone, how can I do it?

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Sep 13, 2013 11:52:36 AM via App

From your e-mail client you would put in the address of the phone (ex. 1234567890@vtext.com) in the To: Field. This is the format for Verizon Wireless.
Here are the formats:
AT&T10digitPhoneNumber@text.att.net
Verizon10digitPhoneNumber@vtext.com
T-Mobile10digitPhoneNumber@tmomail.com
Sprint10digitPhoneNumber@messaging.sprintpcs.com

Sometimes you are limited to 160 characters but you would need to test. Each provider is different.

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Sep 17, 2013 1:17:23 PM via Website

Ahhh, you don't even need to have those apps. You can just simply do that from "way2sms" or such sites. It's easier and simpler.

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Sep 18, 2013 12:43:54 PM via Website

Try 'Mighty Text'.

It will allow you to send & receive SMS and MMS from your computer or tablet, using your current Android phone number.
Messages stay in sync with your phone's SMS inbox.

Sep 22, 2013 9:25:48 PM via Website

Stephen
mightytext would be my choice, built by ex Google engineers

Ameya Pandilwar
Try 'Mighty Text'.

It will allow you to send & receive SMS and MMS from your computer or tablet, using your current Android phone number.
Messages stay in sync with your phone's SMS inbox.

Just replaced Viber on my devices. Thanks!

Oct 9, 2013 4:17:32 AM via Website

Steven Capaldi
From your e-mail client you would put in the address of the phone (ex. 1234567890@vtext.com) in the To: Field. This is the format for Verizon Wireless.
Here are the formats:
AT&T10digitPhoneNumber@text.att.net
Verizon10digitPhoneNumber@vtext.com
T-Mobile10digitPhoneNumber@tmomail.com
Sprint10digitPhoneNumber@messaging.sprintpcs.com

Sometimes you are limited to 160 characters but you would need to test. Each provider is different.

Great, this post is so helpful.