How to send a class 0 sms
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Class 0 SMS (Short Message Service) text messages aren't stored in the memory of the message recipient's cell phone. Unless saved upon review by the message recipient, Class 0 SMS text messages disappear after being read. Class 0 messages can also be used to "ping" another cell phone.
They can receive confirmation of a recipient's messaging capabilities without the recipient even knowing they were pinged. While Class 0 messages can be abused, they can also be an effective troubleshooting tool for SMS communication.
- Class 0 SMS (Short Message Service) text messages aren't stored in the memory of the message recipient's cell phone.
- Unless saved upon review by the message recipient, Class 0 SMS text messages disappear after being read.
Send a Class 0 text message from your Windows Mobile 5 and 6 devices with HushSMS. This free utility allows you to send Class 0 and standard text messages. Before sending your text message through HushSMS, simply select the program's "Class 0" option to send the message as a Class 0.
Send Class 0 text messages from the web, using the DeleSMS online SMS utility. DeleSMS allows you to send Class 0 SMS messages worldwide. To send your message as a Class 0 SMS, simply select the "Flash SMS" option before sending your message. You can send standard messages with the "Default SMS" option.
- Send Class 0 text messages from the web, using the DeleSMS online SMS utility.
Download a free copy of Symbian Toys' FlashSMS utility for your Symbian based cell phone. FlashSMS only handles Class 0 text messages, so all that's needed to send a Class 0 SMS is a recipient and a message. Though free, Symbian Toys awards users with added functionality with a donation to the site. You can send multiple Class 0 text messages at one time after donating.
Quinten Plummer began writing professionally in 2008. He has more than six years in the technology field including five years in retail electronics and a year in technical support. Plummer gained his experience in music by producing for various hip-hop acts and as lead guitarist for a band. He now works as a reporter for a daily newspaper.