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Will sending a text message from the at&t web site count as a text on my phone?
Will sending a text message from the at&t web site count as a text on my phone?
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You will not get charged for sending a text message from the web site or by sending an e-mail to 10digitnumber@txt.att.net. However, the person receiving the text message will more than likely be charged (or have it deducted from their messaging plan).
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You will not get charged for sending a text message from the web site or by sending an e-mail to 10digitnumber@txt.att.net. However, the person receiving the text message will more than likely be charged (or have it deducted from their messaging plan).
You will not get charged for sending a text message from the web site or by sending an e-mail to 10digitnumber@txt.att.net. However, the person receiving the text message will more than likely be charged (or have it deducted from their messaging plan).

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Edited by Zandora on Dec 31, 2008 at 5:22:20 AM

The only problem with texting from AT&T's website is that the replies get sent to your phone. Those replies are deducted from your messaging plan or charged as pay per use if you don't have a messaging plan.

 

You can text easily and FREELY from the computer if you want to text while you're on your PC.

 

Read this post for details:

http://forums.wireless.att.com/cng/board/message?board.id=messaging&message.id=33366#M33366

Message Edited by Zandora on 12-31-2008 09:22:20 AM

The only problem with texting from AT&T's website is that the replies get sent to your phone. Those replies are deducted from your messaging plan or charged as pay per use if you don't have a messaging plan.

 

You can text easily and FREELY from the computer if you want to text while you're on your PC.

 

Read this post for details:

http://forums.wireless.att.com/cng/board/message?board.id=messaging&message.id=33366#M33366

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