Sending SMS, text messages from laptop and mobile, with 200 English character

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Hi! I want to know as to why this happens and what the troubleshooting ways to solve this problem are. I tried to send SMS and text messages both from my laptop and cell phone. But I could only transmit and forward 70 typescript and alphanumeric texts in Indian and Bengali messages. I’m expecting 200 English characters. And worst of all was that I was billed for using Indian text messages, when I don’t even maximize the advantage of text messaging!

 

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Sending SMS, text messages from laptop and mobile, with 200 English character

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I can suggest using the Chikka Messenger which is supported by many mobile carriers from different nations including India. It is free and you can send at least 160 characters per message. I hope that helps.

As for your phone or laptop being billed for your text messages and being unable to send more than 70 characters per text may be the program you used on your laptop to send messages is actually unable to send more than 70 characters.

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Sending SMS, text messages from laptop and mobile, with 200 English character

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Hi there user,

Sending text messages or Short Message Service (SMS) from a cellphone is different from sending text message using your laptop. If these devices were synchronized, the bill will (still) credit to your SIM card. Why? Because you’re a prepaid or post-paid subscriber.

If you use Yahoo Messenger or any other available service, and converted your chat messages into text messages, it is for free but they will limit your spending. They will include the charge to your internet bills if the recipient didn’t reply to your message. When you exceeded to the limit, your recipient should reply to reset it. So you can send message again for free. But the recipient will be charged for replying to your messenger.

To avoid getting confused by using both, you can track or monitor your bill right away, by calling the prepaid, post-paid, and/or internet provider’s hotline number.

Thanks for posting.

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