Mobile Email is old! Try Hotmail Email SMS!

Mobile Email is old! Try Hotmail Email SMS!After the stupendous success of Hotmail’s email service they are at the fore front of creating yet another revolutionary service. Email by SMS.

Yup! Yo read it right. This service is available on most of the carriers including Aircel, Bharti Airtel, Idea, BSNL, Loop Mobile, MTNL Delhi & Mumbai, Reliance (CDMA & GSM), Tata Indicom, Tata Docomo, Uninor, Vodafone Essar.

SMS received from the Windows Live Mobile SMS services will not be charged.However, for each SMS you send to Windows Live Mobile SMS services the standard SMS rates will be appplicable as levied your operator.

This service will be initially valid for three months.  This service is an Windows Live service and so is covered by the general Windows live Terms of use.
Links clicked on the Windows Live SMS services wil be charged separately for accessing web on your mobile device. The terms and conditions are liable to change without prior notice from Windows Live services or your operator.



To enable the service go to your mobile browser and visit mobile.live.com and specify your mobile number.

A 4 digit verification code will be sent by SMS. The same to has to be entered and you will receive an SMS by Windows Live services to welcome you to your hotmail inbox. Reply IA to retrieve mails.

Kindly note that the sms will be sent from +919870996107,+91919870996108,919870996109

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  • Puneet August 8, 2011 8:00 pm

    I’ve registered for Windows Live mail and activated the SMS service as above. I receive all new emails coming to my inbox on my phone as SMS. But whenever I try to reply to these emails using the r command or compose a new email using c command. It tells me that the command is not recognised. Like for sending a new email, I type in “C name@address.com hi how r u?” without the quotes and send to Windows Live number(from which I receive SMS about new emails in Inbox), but the email does not get sent and I get an error reply from Windows Live.

  • rajiev June 13, 2010 8:00 am

    @luckyv
    plz check this mail,(www.way2sms.com) and got all answer about ur querry

  • luckyv June 13, 2010 2:35 am

    @rajiev
    Can I entrust it with my confidential mails??

  • IDRIS June 11, 2010 11:52 am

    http://www.way2sms.com gives a rich experience it auto forwards the inccoming emails to ur mobile.

  • firstonnet June 10, 2010 10:44 pm

    Jimmy really good news for us, may be its known by everyone but like me readers are also here who are unknown about such better services. Thanks for shared info with & on Telecom talk.

  • rajiev June 10, 2010 5:42 pm

    you can also use the same via http://www.way2sms.com

  • Renju June 10, 2010 2:01 pm

    This is already available in Hotmail before 1 year. – Microsoft Developer

  • R D June 10, 2010 1:33 pm

    @StepFree

    You get a SMS on your mobile mentioning sender, subject & link immediately when the email is received.

  • R D June 10, 2010 1:07 pm

    Old Info. Using this service on my R-COM CDMA since last 12 months.

  • StepFree June 10, 2010 1:02 pm

    Wondering how many people still use Hotmail! Still its a good move from MS India. And SMS incoming is always free, so why the notification?