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Sprint extension for text message? Question.

Discussion in 'Sprint Forum' started by kjo, May 1, 2006.

  1. kjo

    kjo Bronze Senior Member
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    Hello all
    I just wanted to ask a quick question. I have a couple of friends who have sprint cell phones and I wanted to send them a text message from my email.
    I'm able to send to t-mobile at tmomail.net, cingular...and I can send to verizon too... but does Sprint have one?

    like the number@sprintpc.net? or something. ????

    Thanks!
     
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  2. Yankees368

    Yankees368 Compulsive Signal Checker
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  3. kjo

    kjo Bronze Senior Member
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    Thank you! I knew there had to be one :)
    I like your phone! If I had sprint..that would be the one I would want. :browani:
     
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    one really cool thing about sending from an email address, is that the normal cap of 160 characters can be "exceeded". The system breaks down the message into 2 parts, and the person gets everything! cool, huh?! With older phones, some people type and type and type and type (lol) and no one really can tell if the entire message got sent because there is no character built in to the screen.
     

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