Sending free SMS in India was a dream sometime ago but now it takes less than 2 minutes (just for free registration purposes). Several new sites are getting born day by day to offer free SMS services in India. While few impose some restrictions like limited number of free SMS in a day, compulsory text advertisement in SMS, less than 160 characters in a SMS, that all goes fine as long as you enjoy FREE SMS in India.
Below is the list of few websites in India that offer free messaging services to almost all mobile networks in India.
160by2 – 160by2 endeavors to revolutionize the very concept of sending SMS – from a PAID service to a FREE service. You can send free SMS messages, 80 characters long, within India to all your near and dear. Registration required. [link]
Way2SMS – Mobile users can register at absolutely no cost with Way2SMS.com, and start sending out text messages to their near and dear ones across the country. Receivers of the messages need not be registered Way2SMS users. Registration required. [link]
SMS7 – sms7.in provides the service of sending Free SMS’s, bringing an end to all your worries about those huge bills that show mounting charges for messages that you sent. You can now reach out to your friends, loved ones, classmates,relatives etc. using your desktop PC. Registration required. [link]
AtroChatro – Send free SMS to any GSM or CDMA mobile number in India. Huge collection of SMS templates to choose from, such as funny, ASCII, friendship, love, etc. It allows only 2 free SMS per day which is pathetic. Registration required. [link]
SMS Gupshup – SMS GupShup is mobile group SMS service that allows users to create mobile communities and broadcast messages to them on topics such as finance, entertainment, lifestyle, health, sports and technology. Registration required. [link]
NowFreeSMS – Send SMS text messages in English, Hindi, Bengali, Punjabi, Tamil, Telegu, Malayam, Kannada, Oriya, etc. You may send Shayari, love messages, friendship messages, funny messages to any mobile number in India. Registration required. [link]