Hey, I was just checking out almost all the free sms sites and could not get any that’s working. I was at Sasanet and they had this notice: “Due to a system upgrade that is currently in progress, the Sasanet Free sms service and purchase of sms credits are temporarily unavailable. Please check back again later.We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused, but strive to continually improve our service to you.” Instead, they have this massive banner at the place am supposed to be sending the sms at:
A fine sense of humour that. I said fair and moved on to Afritext and they have new regulations (or at least they seem to me). Apparently, you are required to purchase sms credits of any amount(starts at 50 bob) every 30 days in order to enjoy the daily ‘free’ service.
So, how is it free if am supposed to pay for it? I let you advertise on every sms I send then you ask me to pay again? Tell me another.
Meanwhile, the good people at Bernsoft have converted Smsanyone into a commercial sms tool for corporates and moved the accounts to Afritext.
Koinonia (which means community in Greek, sounded very Kikuyu) Technologies’ Freesms says its simply unavailable. Very explanatory as you can see.
and then with their sense of humour, they sell secular ringtones?
And the most interesting one is the new players in the market called Mango. It can not allow you to register on their site. So why exactly are they in business?
Am outta here, very annoyed I might add.