How to Send E-Mails to a Cell Phone

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Send e-mails to a cell phone by composing an e-mail on a computer, entering the cell phone e-mail address and sending the e-mail. Find a cell phone e-mail address by contacting the service provider or logging on to the phone account Web page with advice from a cell phone salesman in this free video on cellular phones.

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Hi I'm Ben from the Cellphone Broker in San Jose, California. Today I'm going to show you how to send an email from your computer to your phone. What you're going to do first is log in to your email address on your computer. From there you can hit 'Compose Mail' and then type in your cell phone's email address. My email address on my cellphone is sprint.blackberry.net. To find out what your cell phone email address is contact your wireless provider directly or log on to your account online and usually you can take a look at it there. But the easiest way would be to contact your wireless provider customer service directly and they can tell you what that email address is. From here you can type in a subject. And then you can type in some body here. Hit 'Send' and in just a couple of seconds that will show up right here on my cell phone. My phone is already vibrating. So I went into my messages folder right here on my phone where my emails come in. I'm going to click this message that just came in. It says 'Hey!' and there's that message that I just sent from this computer to this cell phone. To find out what your cell phone email address is contact your wireless carrier or log onto your online account page where you can pay your bill. When you log onto your account page there is usually an option to view the phone number and under that it will have the phone number's email address attached to that. Or if you contact your wireless carrier directly they will tell you what that email address is and then you can use it to send pictures wirelessly from your computer to your cell phone. I'm Ben from the Cellphone Broker in San Jose, California. Check us out online at MySpace.com/CellphoneBroker.

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