On Sat, Nov 6, 2010 at 3:40 AM, imduffy <imduffy15 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Does anybody know a free way of doing something like this with o2 Ireland?
Hello, you could ask for more texts, they do bundles afaik, but yes
you'll end up to pay.
Now, depending on how reliable you're expecting a service to be, you
will end up paying for it.
We drifted away a few ago from o2sms to a SIM box (siemens) which
connects to our notification system (nagios with gammu) via com port.
Provided you watch closely the new versions for changes that will
break sending/receiving of SMS, i find it the upmost reliable.
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