need to send emails to cell phones. what are the domains other than

need domains for different carriers.  What about cingular and nextel?  Do they just get sprint and att?

I'm guessing I need att, sprint, tmobile, and any others you can think of.
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jmfampAuthor Commented:
Thanks, but my real problem is with Cingular and Nextel.  Do I have to ask people who they originally signed up with or just use ATT and Sprint?  Right now I have for ATT and (from the comment above) sprint as

We're using teleflip for unknown carriers, but they add a little something to the message end (which reduces the number of characters you can send) and their website says it won't work for new accounts or numbers that have been recently switched to a new carrier.

So, will the sprint domain work for nextel and will the ATT domain work for cingular?


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