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Old November 27th, 2012, 12:53 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Google Voice is good for SMS.

For MMS you can always use email. Most carriers assign phone numbers to email addresses. For example, 10digitphonenumber@vzwpix.com would send an MMS to a Verizon customer with that number. You need to find the address for each carrier your contacts are on though.

AT&T is @mms.att.com
T-Mobile is @tmomail.net
Sprint is @pm.sprint.com Turns out Sprint canceled the service I think they realize that MMS is a dying technology.

Those are what you are looking for.
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