Most cell Phone providers have an address that you can add onto the end of a phone number to email them as a text.
I.e. email@example.com would be the Verizon email for the phone number (123)555-4567.
AT&T is @txt.att.net, T-Mobile is @tmomail.net
Verizon is @vtext.com, and Sprint is @messaging.sprintpcs.com.
US Carriers and MVNOs
Here is a list of gateway address for major US carriers as well as MVNO. Use the first address to send SMS and the second for MMS. Note: some carriers don’t use separate addresses.
Alltel: sms.alltelwireless.com | mms.alltelwireless.com
AT&T: txt.att.net | mms.att.net
Boost Mobile: sms.myboostmobile.com | myboostmobile.com
Cricket Wireless: txt.att.net | mms.att.net
MetroPCS: mymetropcs.com | mymetropcs.com
Project Fi: msg.fi.google.com
Republic Wireless: text.republicwireless.com
Sprint: messaging.sprintpcs.com | pm.sprint.com
US Cellular: email.uscc.net | mms.uscc.net
Verizon Wireless: vtext.com | vzwpix.com
Virgin Mobile: vmobl.com | vmpix.com
Most people don’t live in the US. We could undergo the effort of trying to compile a list carrier-by-carrier, country-by-country, but other people have already done that heavy lifting. If you live outside of the US, check out these links to see what your carrier’s SMS gateway might be.
AdvicePerson: Kinda sorta. You have to go figure out the address format for each carrier, and it’s gently opt-in per user outside the US.
Here’s a good resource for the addresses:
CatfishToes: I used to do this in reverse; I’d text to my email photos from my phone to save pictures I wanted to keep. This was before micro usb became common and phones had unique chargers and sh*t.
Two tortoises seek refuge behind hunting leopard
Kangar: Turtle 1: “The excitement’s gone out of our sex life.”
Turtle 2: “You’re right. Hey, do you want to go f behind that leopard?”
Bluffing: So glad I waiting for the end of the clip… Unexpected. Best gif ending ever.
Edward_Nygma: The sheer disrespect of this is amazing.
monupolis: Wow! I grew up with the ninja turtles but, these are the coolest turtles I have seen. Just owning the Savanah B)
Idontstandout: David Attenborough: Here we see the leopard protecting an endangered species by allowing refuge. They scurry off behind her (as much as a tortoise can) and are grateful to…..oh dear.
huntcookgrrl: I look at the leopard’s little fluffy paws and think — how cute! Then it slinks forward with grace and intensity, stalking its prey as if to say–looks can be deceiving. 😧