You can send a text message via email as long as you know someone’s cell number send email addressed like this:
T-Mobile = firstname.lastname@example.org
AT&T = email@example.com
Verizon = firstname.lastname@example.org
Sprint = email@example.com
Sprint = firstname.lastname@example.org
Inversely you can send email from your cell phone using SMS. Check with your carrier because texting may be cheaper than sending email from your phone.
T-Mobile = 500
AT&T = 111 or 121 emailaddress (subject) text
Sprint = emailaddress text
Verizon = emailaddress text
Google has a whole set of SMS tools, widgets, and apps. For example, you can use Google search by texting 466453 (GOOGLE). Other options include Gmail, Google Voice, Blogger and Google Calendar.
SMS and MMS messages can be initiated by scanning a QR barcode with your cell phone. Great for distributing canned messages.
SMS in Morse Code use as your phone’s text alert
Are you ready for your very own SMS tricks’n’hacks? If you’re using Google Maps, click your location and you can share it with someone else via SMS. How about building your very own SMS to Twitter gateway? Use PhoneTage to convert your voicemail to text messages or email. Not the pretty web site but Sea SMS claims to send free, anonymous text messages anywhere in the world. You can update Facebook via SMS by sending a text message to 32665 (Account/Account Settings/Mobile/). Don’t forget you can also update Twitter using text messages.