FAQ / Frequently Asked Questions
  • What does sending a SMS message cost?
  • SimpleSMS offers worldwide SMS messaging at unbeatable prices: Every SMS costs only 8 pence, whether it is sent within Germany or to the far side of the world! Naturally, SMS can only be sent to cell phone numbers.
  • How long can a SMS be?
  • A single SMS message can be up to 160 characters long. If your message has 161 characters, you will be billed for two messages, as usual when sending SMS via a cell phone.
  • Can I send pictures via SMS?
  • No, it is not possible to send MMS messages via simpleSMS.
  • How long does it take for a SMS message to arrive?
  • Normally, SMS messages reach their recipient immediately. However, if the recipient’s cell phone is turned off, without service or in flight mode, transmission might be delayed.
  • Will advertising be added to my SMS message?
  • No, no advertising will be added to your message.
  • How do I send a SMS message?
  • First, register with simple-fax.co.uk. Once registered you can log in and send a SMS message by clicking “MessageBox” -> “New SMS”.
  • Can my own cell phone number be displayed as sender?
  • No, using one’s own cell phone number as sender ID is not yet possible.
  • How are SMS messages paid for?
  • simple-fax.co.uk employs a prepayment system. You can only send SMS messages if you have sufficient funds on your customer account. Adding funds to your account is easy and can be done via Paypal or credit card.
 
 
 

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