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SMS Messaging to over 35 countries all over the world! 

Welcome to the MTN State-Of-The-Art Global SMS Message sending service provided to you FREE - 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week, to any of our subscribers or International Roaming Partners! 

International Users!
Please read the Guidelines and Restrictions

New Users: SMS Help Page 

We will be testing a new version of our service next week - starting 30 March 1998. It should prevent most of the abuse that we are experiencing and make the service faster and more reliable for you. Please be sure to clear your browser cache often and reload this page to make sure that you have the latest copy. 

Send Message to GSM Mobile Phone: 
Network List Updated 26 March 1998
(Spanish, German, Romanian, USA and Russian networks updated) 

Pick an International Network Prefix

The receiving cell number (including international prefix) 

(no spaces, only + and the number) 

Type the Message

Your Email address 

Please note: 

  • Remember to clear your cache and reload this page regularly before sending - while you might not notice it, it does change often and you need to be sure that you use the latest copy each time. 
  • This service MAY NOT be used for commercial or business critical applications. 
  • This service MAY NOT be accessed through any program or script. 
  • This page form or service MAY NOT be mirrored on any Internet Site. 
  • If you do not know the international prefix for a network then choose it from our network list to have it automatically added for you. 
  • No spaces or other characters in the number and remember the first "+" if you are not using the network list
  • Example of a number to a MTN subscriber +2783XXXXXXX 
  • Only the first 150 characters of your message will be sent.
  • Be sure to include your email address for notification purposes
  • "*" in the network list indicates problems with the network
  • When sending to MTN numbers the 083 prefix may be used instead of +2783 

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