" The Next Big Step For SMS- Sending Messages Through The Internet! "
SMS or Short Messaging Services are non voice communication services provided by mobile phone carriers to users. SMS has grown from just being
simple one liners of communication to a whole new world. Initially, SMS was a part of the GSM series with the maximum length of each message not
exceeding 160 characters including spaces. But now, the support for short message service has rapidly grown, and almost all the mobile networks in
the country have special schemes for their customers who prefer texting
Exchange of short messages can be done for free nowadays. Text messaging can be used for interacting with automated systems, people and can
also be used to participate in contests. So, the users are charged very less, which is as good as negligible. Apart from this, there are websites which
provide opportunities to send free messages instantly via internet services. The initial growth of the short messaging service was very slow because
prepaid subscribers had to pay to send messages. To overcome this disadvantage, a wide range of networks started allowing the mobile users to send
and receive text messages free of cost. Now, SMSes are being used by more and more people every day to stay in touch without taking too much
time. You can text messages where you can't pick up somebody's call, like in a hospital or at the theater. The convenience of using text messages
adds tremendous advantage to the service as a hassle way method to stay in touch.
The impact of SMS has been strong in the past few years. From large companies that want to market new services to online messaging portals, the
power of SMS is growing day by day.
These days, messages can be sent free of cost through websites. There are numerous people who find text messaging through their mobile phones
at work, inconvenient and cumbersome. Online messaging has come as a big bonus to these people. People can now send text messages through a
computer with the convenience of a large keyb