1. SnowSkierDude's Avatar
    I don't send or receive text messages very often - like 1 or 2 a month. I have an unlimited data plan (AT&T) but a pay-per-use text plan. Is there any kind of cool app that will convert an incoming text message to an email so I can get it for free? Or, is there a way I can email a text to somebody's phone?
    01-26-08 11:35 AM
  2. Apollo_Creed's Avatar
    No way possible guy. Even if you had the email address of the carrier such as ***-***-****@tmomail.net, once the phone number is in, it will automatically charge you as a text message because a telephone number is present. I don't know how much at&t charges for their text plan but ours at nextel is 10 bucks for a thousand text per month or 15 bucks for unlimited. I carry the unlimited package. If you don't send a bunch just do the pay as you go thing. If you know that you will be receiving a lot of them, you're better off getting a plan. I was like you also then I said the **** with it and purchased a plan. I hope this was of some help to you.

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    01-26-08 11:50 AM
  3. Bla1ze's Avatar
    Actually, yes you can but I only know of how to do it with att customers, 10digit#@txt.att.net, this will send a text to a phone, and allowing you to send an email instead of a text, but it appearing as a text to the person your sending too

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    01-26-08 01:50 PM
  4. igoldfarb's Avatar
    Actialy it can be done , but not for entire text message, only peace by peace
    12-24-11 12:47 PM