28 Jul 2009

Send free SMS to Kuwait, UAE and Saudi Arabia


Now you can send free SMS to Kuwait, UAE and Saudi Arabia from India. 160by2.com, one of the leading free SMS service providers in the country, has launched a service for its customers to send free text messages to and from the Middle East.“The first-of-its-kind service is open to all internet users in India and enables free SMS connectivity to mobiles in these countries and vice versa. 160by2 users from the Middle East can also send messages to India and between those countries,” said a company release.At present, the service is being offered in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Kuwait and Saudi Arabia and it will shortly be launched in the rest of the Middle Eastern and North African nations.

How to Send Free SMS
A consumer can login to www.160by2.com, register himself free of cost and start using the service to send free SMS. Earlier, users could only send messages in India.

One has to enter the mobile number and the country code with which he/she intends to communicate and then type in an 80-character message and send it to the designated mobile.The remaining 80 characters space in the message will be used by 160by2 to feed in an advertisement.

How do Indian users send SMS to friends in Kuwait?
Kuwaiti mobile numbers are 8 character long. You will have to prefix the country code of Kuwait (965) in front of the mobile number to send the SMS. If your Kuwaiti friend’s number is 9123XXXX, then you need to enter 9659123XXXX in the ‘Mobile Number‘ field.

How to use 160by2 on mobile phones?

Visit 160by2 from your mobile at http://m.160by2.com

Mobile Application
Visit http://m.160by2.com/app from your mobile phone to start using the application.
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