How to Send a Text From Santa

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Send a text message from Santa can be done by using a Santa text website.
Send a text message from Santa can be done by using a Santa text website. (Image: New message on 3d rendered cell phone image by Franc Podgoršek from Fotolia.com)

Older generations would send Santa a letter to Santa with their wishes and sometimes receive a letter back. Now kids can send a text to Santa and receive a text response. It looks like Santa is keeping up with technology and responding to the communication needs of our younger generation. Sending a text from Santa can be done by using different online sites for a nominal fee.

TextSanta

Go to the TextSanta.net website. Click the right option for “Quick Text.”

Enter the child’s cell phone and cell phone provider. Type your custom Santa text message. Enter the date and time for the Santa text message to be sent. Click the box for the agreement to the site terms. Click “Next.”

Review the text message and the text details. Click “Next” to enter your credit card authorization information. Click “Next” to confirm and schedule your text message.

Santa Texted Me

Go to the Santatextedme.com website. Click the "Order" Santa cap.

Enter the recipient's name and cell phone number. Select a time and date for the text message to be sent. Select one of the three text message options. Check the box for the website terms. Click "Proceed to Checkout."

Add your credit card authorization information and click "Confirm" to process your scheduled text message.

Santa Sent a Text

Go to the Santasentatext.com Website. Click the "Send A Text" link.

Enter your contact name, email address, and contact phone number. Add the recipient's name and cell phone number. Select the Santa message and select the cell phone provider.

Click the "Make a Payment" box to pay for this service. Add your credit card authorization information. Click "Confirm" to pay for this service and schedule the selected text message.

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