Sprint Sends Texts To Landline Phones
Apr 25, 2006, 12:44 PM by (staff)
Sprint today announced a way for its mobile subscribers to send text messages to landline users. Customers do not need to sign up for any additional service or do anything different. They simply send a text messages as they normally would, and if it is sent to a landline number the recipients phone will ring and text is read as voice message. Landline recipients can then choose to respond with pre-definied text messages or a voice message. Text to Landline is available to all subscribers with two-way messaging enabled phones.
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Free doenst mean FREE, it means "pay up suck'a"
THEY BEEN HAD THIS!!!!!!!
But anyways. Yes, it has been out for a while. But Sprint never went public with it. They just recently went public with it and let everyone know it is available.
This has been around since November
I have used it for quite some time and has worked like a charm each time.