You may be wondering if it is possible to send SMS from Mail to Mobile Number and if it is possible, how can it be done, let's not know the answer without delay.

 

We all know about the function of SMS, which is limited to 160 characters, so I don't think it is necessary to mention anything about it. However, it is possible to send SMS to Mobile Number from Mail, but for this, you will need the Gateway Address of your mobile operator, and if you know it, you can send SMS to Mobile Number from Mail.

 



Here is an example of how to use this gateway address and how to use
: - The gateway address of Gujarat Airtel (India) is  919898number@airtelmail.com. Will send 
Example: - 919898number@airtelmail.com Just like the gateway address of M1 (Singapore) is @ m1.com.sg, and here also your message will go only if you add the operator's mobile number.



Example:- number@m1.com.sg

I hope you have got the title's answer that you can send SMS from Mail to mobile number and all you need is the operator's Gateway Address, and if it is in your collection, you can send SMS. Now many may want to know the Gateway Address of GP, Airtel, BL, Robi, Teletalk? First of all, I would like to say that the mentioned companies in Bangladesh do not want the red light of their business to rise in the water, so they are operating them with secrets, so they are out of reach of the general public know.








However, if you live in another country like modern countries like the USA, you can use this method, and for this, you will need a Gateway Address. You will have to find it, but I am making it a little easier for your SIM companies to know the gateway address. If you can go to the link below, there is a list of some addresses that may be useful to you.


Gateway address of the mobile company


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