I think that really sucks that we can receive from pretty much a lot of contry but can send SMS to some international companies
Never had a preblem when I was with Cingular, but it was much more expensive...and they were...well let's leave it like that!
SE K850i, W580i, SE K790i, SE W810i, Samsung D600E, BlackBerry 7100t, Nokia 7710
Sharp 903SH, SE K750i/W800, SE V800/Z800
Nokia 6230, SE T610, SE T68i, SE T39m
It definitely doesn't work with SFR in France. I even called T-Mobile to confirm this BS problem. When my friend was living in France, I had to carry around another phone with a Cingular prepaid SIM just for SMSing him...
VZW: +10 yr customer. Excellent service, but not worth the ~40% premium on voice and data plans!
Originally Posted by havanahjoe
If you're asking, I know that Telcel works fine both ways, as does Movistar in Mexico. I don't know about Panama though. Problem is, it's too expensive now. At least for Mexico, for the price of one SMS you can talk for 3 minutes.
As far as I know there is no e-mail address for Telcel. They have never had any sort of free web based or e-mail text messages. The user you want to send the messages to has to pay for the service and I think it only allows them to receive them through the telcel.com website.
You should be able to send a message to them using a normal text message with the +52 area code number. According to their site, Telcel users can SMS with Germany, Argentina, Brasil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Spain, United States, Guam, Guatemala, Honduras, New Zeland, Panama, Perú, Puerto Rico, United Kingdom, Dominican Republic, South Africa, Turkey and Venezuela.