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There are many websites that allow you to send a free text message or SMS from your desktop computer/ laptop to any mobile. Most companies like Google offer this service in a few countries only. They usually have a limitation on the number of  text messages that can be sent and usually require registration.

Chikka - covers Asian countries like India, Guam, Japan, Philippines, Thailand, Saipan. In UK, it covers all mobile network operators including Orange, Vodafone, 3, O2, T- mobile and Virgin. Also covers Globe, Smart, Cingular in USA. Has a limit of  free SMS credits per mobile number depending on the mobile network provider. The software can be downloaded from the Indiatimes website.

Rediff Bol Messenger  - can send up to 3 SMS messages free everyday to a single Mobile response, till a response is received. After the response is received, an additional 3 messages can be sent at no cost.


SMS using Yahoo! Messenger  - can send SMS messages only to Aircel, Airtel, Hutch, Idea Cellular, MTNL, RIM, BPL, Spice Punjab and Karnataka mobile users. Like Rediff Bol Messenger, only 3 SMS messages can be sent free initially. Outside India, it can be used to send SMS to Argentina (Telecom Personal), Australia  (Vodafone, Telstra, Orange ),Bolivia ( Entel Movil ), Canada  (Rogers), Hong Kong (Hutchison), Indonasia (Telkomsel, Excelcom), Kuwait (Wataniya), Malaysia (Tmtouch, Maxis), Philippines (Smart, Globe Telecom), Singapore (M1, Starhub), Thailand (Dtac, AIS Thailand), United States (AT&T, Cingular, Verizon, T-Mobile) - has a free initial SMS quota, but charges for more messages. Registration required


Cardboardfish SMS - send free SMS , no signup or login required (UK mobile networks only)


MTNSMS - send free SMS, no login or signup is required


Uboot  - can send free SMS and MMS messages


Alternately, the SMS can be sent as an email to an email address corresponding to the recipient's mobile number. The recipient may be charged for receiving the SMS message by some wireless networks.