(PRWEB) February 1, 2005
ThrillEX (Sydney) is set to launch theSMSzone.com, a service that allows people to send free anonymous and masked SMS messages, using the internet on the 2nd of January, 2005.
theSMSzone.com has been preparing for this ground breaking venture into the SMS market from November. With coverage to almost every network in the world, theSMSzone.com currently boasts a user database of well over 30,000 members even before launch.
Unlike traditional WEB-to-SMS services, theSMSzone.com provides a very easy to user interface, great offers for receiving FREE SMS great incentives to use the service and most of all, theSMSzone gives users total control of each SMS message sent including the option to change or modify the ÂFROMÂ number, which is displayed on the recipients mobile phone.
theSMSzone.com users can specify if they want their identity displayed on the recipients phone or not. They are able to specify a word or any other number (up to 11 characters), such as ÂGeorgeÂ, ÂSecretÂ or Â123Â to remain anonymous.
With ÂMaskedÂ SMS, a theSMSzone user can specify where his reply should be. They can enter their home phone, or another mobile phone and when the message is received, the recipient of the message will see the number which was specified by the user.
theSMSzone.com has numerous applications. It can be used for Âsecret admirerÂ SMS messages, sending anonymous tip-offs to friends/family or if you have lost of forgotten your mobile phone, you could easily get permission from a friend to put his number in the FROM field and all replies will be automatically sent to your friends mobile phone.
Its free to register an account to use theSMSzone.com, all new users get a certain amount of free credits to send messages straight away. There are a whole range of special offers which users can participate in to receive from free credits. Additional credits can also be purchased for as little as 12c each.
thrillEX is a Sydney based business and has been operating since 2002. theSMSzone.com is the brainchild of Kunal Singh, a 3rd year Computer Engineering/Biomedical Engineering student at the University of New South Wales.
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