Gavin McCullagh wrote:
> I'm a big fan of o2sms. Sadly, not everyone has that luxury, particularly
> if they don't have a Vodafone/O2/Meteor account). Also, some of them
> apparently restrict who you can send to and they like to change their site
> regularly which can break o2sms for a bit.
>> If you have a blueface account, you can send text messages via their
> website. They're not free, but the prices are fairly competitive compared
> to mobile phones and typing on a keyboard is a lot more convenient than on
> a mobile phone. However, their website is tedious with all that nasty
Hmmm this seems pointless if it's not free given that there are
services with proper APIs that will do it cheaper - for example
clickatell will send a text to an Irish mobile for about 4c.
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