PositiveSMS 2.0 for Windows

by E-SPECTATIONS.COM

Avg. Rating 2.1 (10 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.7 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,203
Publisher E-SPECTATIONS.COM
Homepage PositiveSMS

Publisher's Description

Positive SMS is a free desktop tool for desktop to mobile texting. The Java based software works on PIII, XP, 98 with Java runtime environment and requires an internet connection. Registration for a username and password is required at the web site - 10 free test SMS upon registration. Networks supported available on a list, time stamps available in beta version. Throughput 3 sms/sec Bulk sms, Unicode picture messaging.

Latest Reviews

STEWPOT

STEWPOT reviewed vBeta on Jan 31, 2005

Why use this ?
Too many free sms on internet so why pay ?

Neoprimal

Neoprimal reviewed vBeta on Jan 31, 2005

The program itself is OK so I'm hoping that the smsing becomes free when noone opts to pay for it; why wouldn't anyone pay? (asks the authors), mainly for 3 reasons....
1. If I have a cell phone, why'd I pay to text from my PC? I'm not THAT lazy. Texting from cell to cell is generally free as long as you have a text messaging package in your service (and most services generally come with 200-300 messages free).
2. If I don't have a cell phone, I can simply text message thru email or the carrier to whomever I'm messaging for FREE - MOST carriers have free web-to-sms pages.
3. Because it's way too expensive.

blackcherry

blackcherry reviewed vBeta on Jan 30, 2005

absolutely fecking ridiculous. what the hell do these dumba**es think phones were designed for (apart from making calls)
avoid at ALL costs.

utomo

utomo reviewed vBeta on Jan 30, 2005

The price for sending SMS is too high.
0.25 Euro cent is considered too high. and some other country also higher.

If you want to send anonymous sms, click here
http://thesmszone.com/?ref=utomo
register and activate it. enjoy it :)

Viper83181

Viper83181 reviewed vBeta on Jan 30, 2005

Yeah, the program may be free but the service is not.

Avg. Rating 2.1 (10 votes)
Your Rating
STEWPOT

STEWPOT reviewed vBeta on Jan 31, 2005

Why use this ?
Too many free sms on internet so why pay ?

Neoprimal

Neoprimal reviewed vBeta on Jan 31, 2005

The program itself is OK so I'm hoping that the smsing becomes free when noone opts to pay for it; why wouldn't anyone pay? (asks the authors), mainly for 3 reasons....
1. If I have a cell phone, why'd I pay to text from my PC? I'm not THAT lazy. Texting from cell to cell is generally free as long as you have a text messaging package in your service (and most services generally come with 200-300 messages free).
2. If I don't have a cell phone, I can simply text message thru email or the carrier to whomever I'm messaging for FREE - MOST carriers have free web-to-sms pages.
3. Because it's way too expensive.

blackcherry

blackcherry reviewed vBeta on Jan 30, 2005

absolutely fecking ridiculous. what the hell do these dumba**es think phones were designed for (apart from making calls)
avoid at ALL costs.

utomo

utomo reviewed vBeta on Jan 30, 2005

The price for sending SMS is too high.
0.25 Euro cent is considered too high. and some other country also higher.

If you want to send anonymous sms, click here
http://thesmszone.com/?ref=utomo
register and activate it. enjoy it :)

Viper83181

Viper83181 reviewed vBeta on Jan 30, 2005

Yeah, the program may be free but the service is not.

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