If you would like to use your phone number as your Email and receive communications as text instead, type in your ten digit phone number followed by your phone carrier SMS Gateway, e.g. 1234567890@yourcellcarrier.com

Here is a list of Gateway address for major US Carriers as well as MVNO. Use the first address to send MMS and the second for SMS.

MMS: (Multimedia Messaging Service) is a standard way to send messages that include multimedia content to and from a mobile phone over a cellular network. … The MMS standard extends the core SMS

SMS: (Short Message Service) capability, allowing the exchange of text messages NO GREATER than 160 characters in length.

Note: some carriers don’t use separate addresses, and If your phone carrier is not listed here, please contact them for instructions on how to use your phone number as an Email, or contact us, we’ll be happy to help.

US Carriers and MVNOs

Alltel:  mms.alltelwireless.com | sms.alltelwireless.com

AT&T:  mms.att.net | txt.att.net

Boost Mobile: myboostmobile.com | sms.myboostmobile.com

Cricket Wireless: mms.att.net | txt.att.net

MetroPCS: mymetropcs.com | mymetropcs.com

Project Fi: msg.fi.google.com

Republic Wireless: text.republicwireless.com

Sprint: pm.sprint.com | messaging.sprintpcs.com

Ting: message.ting.com

T-Mobile: tmomail.net

US Cellular: mms.uscc.net | email.uscc.net

Verizon Wireless: vzwpix.com | vtext.com

Virgin Mobile: vmpix.com | vmobl.com