Per Jessen wrote:
It's really only in the US (and possibly Canada) that they have the
email-to-sms bridges. Here in the UK (and I think most of Europe) such a
thing doesn't exist. Carriers in Europe like to charge a lot of money
for SMS. At least we don't have to pay to receive calls like they do in
Most carriers have email-to-sms bridges. For example, I use AT&T
Wireless and you can text me by sending an email to
Do you end up paying for that then - or who pays for it?
Besides, none of the carriers around here have email-to-sms interfaces,
so I'd disagree with your initial claim.