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The way to send sms messages for a nominal fee

               The way to send sms messages for a nominal fee

As you know, when buying a starter package of a mobile phone number, you simultaneously receive an email address corresponding to your phone number, which has the following format:

- for Kyivstar : the number +380 67 1234567 will have an e- mail address of the following type 380671234567@2sms.kyivstar.net

- for UMC: the number +380 50 1234567 will have an e- mail address of the following type 380501234567@sms.umc.com.ua

Some companies provide the ability to send sms messages from a mobile phone through their sites. This requires that your phone has all the settings for accessing the Internet that can be obtained from the operator.
Now about the technology itself:

To send sms messages via the Internet, type the following line in the browser window (and click Ok ):
http://wap.mts.ru/waps_eml.wml

After connecting your phone to the Internet, the following page will open in front of you:
Sending email

To:
Title:
Message:

To send

Now disconnect from the Internet. The page for sending email is already stored in the memory of your phone.
Go to this page in off- line mode (ie, without being connected to the Internet yet) and fill in all the fields. Once again I want to note that in the line: "to whom" - you must fully specify the email address of the phone.
After filling in all the fields, select send . The phone connects to the Internet and after a few seconds it displays a message that your information has been sent. Now disconnect from the Internet .

With the cost of access to the Internet about 30 - 40 kopecks per minute, and the time of sending a message is 5 - 10 seconds, the cost of an sms message is 3 - 5 kopecks !!!
And when using GPRS , when the fee is charged not for the time, but for the amount of downloaded information transmitted. Message cost is almost zero !!!

How to make money on it? Think for yourself! Even if you will use this technique only for personal purposes, do not forget: "Money saved is money earned."