Here are some of the major wireless carrier text messaging formats. Keep in mind that when you use this format to send a message to another pone, the recipient is usually limited to receiving only the FIRST 140-160 characters of your message, which includes the "to", "from" & "subject" info.

IMPORTANT: In order to receive a text message, the recipient must have a messaging-capable phone AND must be a subscriber to a messaging plan with his/her carrier.

xxxxxxxxxx below = the 10-digit telephone number

Sprint: xxxxxxxxxx@messaging.sprintpcs.com
Cingular: xxxxxxxxxx.mycingular.com
Nextel: xxxxxxxxxx@messaging.nextel.com
T-Mobile (aka VoiceStream): xxxxxxxxxx@tmomail.net
ATT (aka mLife): xxxxxxxxxx@mobile.att.net
Verizon: xxxxxxxxxx@vtext.com


PS - These formats can also be used to send a text message to a phone from ANY eMail client you use on either your phone or desktop