Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Google has been Launched free SMS service in India through Gmail

Google has extensive its free SMS chat service to Indian users. The Gmail SMS quality is now available to Indian users all along with 51 other countries in Asia, Africa and North America. Google had made this characteristic obtainable to its users in some African countries in 2011. Using the without charge Gmail SMS service users can send text messages to mobile phones via Gmail talk. Responses to the SMSs will emerge as replies in Gmail Chat and conversations will be stored in users' Chat the past, like regular chats. This feature was activate for Indian users on October 10 and is accessible for standard Gmail users as well as those on Google Apps.

In India the free Gmail SMS service is offered on eight main mobile service operators: Aircel, Idea, Loop Mobile, MTS, Reliance, Tata DoCoMo, Tata indicom and Vodafone (Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal & Andaman and Nicobar, Assam, North East). This attribute is not yet accessible on the Google Talk app, also referred to as GTalk, install on computers. 

Users are originally given a credit of fifty messages and for every message sent the credit decrease by one and for each message expected in answer to a text message sent via Gmail Chat, the user's credit increases by five, up to a greatest of 50. When the SMS credit goes down to zero, one credit is added after 24 hours. Google has built in the credit limit to avoid abuse of its free SMS service for marketing/spamming. Users can too 'buy' SMS credit, when they've scuttle out of them, my sending a text message to their own phone and then by replying to that communication. 

People who do not wish to get SMSs sent from Gmail Chat can chunk future messages from the sender by replying to the message with the word 'BLOCK' and afterward if they wish to persist getting messages they can reply to the message with 'UNBLOCK'. 

If Gmail Chat SMS recipient in India do not wish to get any messages on SMS from any Gmail user, they can discontinue the service from sending them messages by texting 'STOP' to +918082801060. To reactivate the examiner they can SMS 'START' to the same number. 

To send an SMS from Gmail, on the Gmail Chat border type the phone number you want to send an SMS to and click Send SMS and then add the recipient name and country, then click Save. Then write in the significance in the converse window and press Enter.

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