Interesting question!. A service called CBFSMS is offering FREE
text messaging, but only to numbers in the UK area, and they only
allow you to provide a link to their service on your website:
Banners for your site:
However, I looked a little harder and found just what you're
"SMS Enable your Web Site
iPiPi Send SMS Form lets you add SMS text messaging capability
to your web site by including a few lines of HTML code to any
page of your web site. The generated form will look and feel
the same as the rest of your web site. Visitors to your web
site can send SMS messages to almost anyone in the world.
You can provide this service free of charge or bill your users
in any way you want."
This page tells you how to go about doing this:
"How to get started
SMS enabling your web site takes only a few minutes. Just
follow these steps:
- Open a new ipipi account or log into your current account
- Go to the Add SMS to Your Site link and register all pages
on your web site where you want to have SMS Form included
- Read the terms and conditions (ipipi Send SMS Form Terms
and Conditions) and press submit
- Copy the generated HTML code and paste it into the webpages
of your website
Make sure that your account has positive SMS balance - each
SMS message sent from your website will create one debit
transaction on your account."
This page shows you how the embedded service will appear on
And here are the instructions for using the embedded form:
"It is very simple to send a SMS message. You need to fill out
three things on the form.
1. To: Fill in with the mobile number of your recipient. Include
country code, area code, and mobile number. Also do not at any
leading zeros in the country and area code. For more help on
number formating click here.
2. Sender: Fill with the name of the sender. This will be added
to the front of your message to identify you to the SMS recpient.
3. Message: Fill in with the message you wish to send. You are
limited to 150 characters for your message.
When everything is filled in, click 'Send SMS' and your message
will be delivered."
There's no need to download software - simply include the html code
in the pages in which you want the form to appear on your website.
This seems like exactly the solution you're looking for, and, since
I found no others like it, I hope you find it useful.
Additional information may be found from an exploration of
the links resulting from the Google searches outlined below.
Searches done, via Google:
text to mobile service