Gmail starts free SMS service in 51 countries across Asia

It becomes more convenient when you get all sort of communication channel among one service. Today Gmail starts free SMS service in 51 countries across Asia.
Gmail starts free SMS service in 51 countries across Asia

As mobile became our all time companion SMS turns to the best service to get connect with our loved ones. By focusing on this fact Gmail provides the free SMS service through its chat application to increase the count of messages. This new SMS feature will be available all Gmail users across Asia.

The new feature allows you to send message from your Gmail to any mobiles as it is provided to major mobile service operators across Asia. The response message from the recipient will show on the Gmail chat and will stores on your inbox like normal chat.

You can enter to this feature via following few steps. After signing with your Gmail account on chat interface fill up your recipient phone number then tap on send SMS on next window type the recipient name and location then type your message on desired box and send your message by hitting on enter.

This is absolutely free service from Gmail and users can send up to 50 free messages in a single day. On next day another 50 free messages will get credited to your account. Gmail users can send free SMS from their account but the recipient will charged standard charges when the replay back.

If you do not wish to receive messages from Gmail can stop the messages in future by replaying with the keyword ‘BLOCK’ and continue the service by ‘UNBLOCK’. Gmail focus on to provide the best communication service in all possible ways that is why it became the most widely used service across the globe.

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