Featured website: Cloud SMS


When we first got cell phones, we were careful to keep track of minutes used and the number of text messages sent and received.  A surprisingly big phone bill was not fun! Now we have unlimited minutes and unlimited text messages to we don’t really pay attention to it any more.

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However, there are still some people who are tracking minutes and texts, so today’s site could be of use.

The site serves one simple purpose: to send free text messages.  You can try it out by visiting for-ever.us.

All you do is enter the phone number (for US numbers, the format it 1 + area code + number), type your message, and verify the CAPTCHA image, then click Send.  It is completely free.

Of course, if the recipient is not on a free text message plan, they will be charged for the incoming text message.

This could prove to be useful in a business situation.  You might want to send a text message to a customer, but you really don’t want your customer to have your personal cell phone number.  Sending through this service is essentially anonymous.

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June 16th, 2010

You can do this yourself if you wish. Just use any e-mail program and send an e-mail to the 10 digit phone number followed by one of the following depending on the recipients carrier.



Boost Mobile


Sprint Nextel

T-Mobile Verizon



US Cellular