Dear BestHacking readers today am going to tell you how to send sms to mobile using gmail from for free. As you all know according to trai rule we can only send 100 sms per day from our phones also now the sms offers rate has also increased but using Gmail you can send unlimited sms for free and also receive sms to gmail so that you can chat to a mobile user for free from gmail.
Gmail SMS messaging is now available across a lot more countries, including Asian countries such as Pakistan, Afghanistan, India etc. You can now send texts to a lot of networks in many countries, absolutely free!
Just Follow The Procedure To Send sms From Gmail
Step 1 : Adding a new contact
Sign in to your Gmail account, and open up the Chat pop up menu from the bottom left if it already isn’t there. Click on the little arrow, and Add a new contact.
You will asked to enter an email to invite a contact. Note that if you want to chat a friend that is already your contact, then you can skip ahead to the next step.
Step 2 : Adding mobile number
Now, hover on a contact of yours, and click on the Send SMS button as shown below.
Note : If you haven’t sent that contact an SMS before, of if you haven’t added their number, then instead of the Send SMS button, there will be a Chat button at the exact same position. Click on this button and you will see a small pop-up at the bottom right of your screen, as shown below.
Click on the Continue this chat over SMS button. This will only appear if you haven’t added their number, or haven’t sent them an SMS before. Otherwise, you will be able to enter your SMS in this pop up. Once you click the continue button, you will be prompted to choose a country and mobile. This is the contact’s mobile number. Add a number and then save.
Step 3 : Chat away!
Once you have entered the mobile number, a pop-up will again appear at the bottom right exactly where the previous one did. This is your chat box. You are now ready to go! Type a message in the text field , hit Enter, and sit back and wait for your friend’s reply!
This is a smart way Google has found to encourage the use of this service. Initially, you are given fifty credits, which means you can send out 50 messages. For every one message sent, one credit is deducted. But for every message received, say when someone replies to your Gmail text, you get 5 credits. So tell your friends to stop being miserly, and start replying to texts :). You can not, however, exceed the 50 credit limit, no matter how many replies you get.(www.besthacking.in)
What if you lose all the credits?
You will receive one credit after 24 hours. A smart way to increase your credits would be to send a text to your own mobile phone, and then replying to it any number of times to refill your credits!