Jaipur, India (PressExposure) January 06, 2009 -- A Company Allowing Customers to Send SMS to Thailand Transfers from Online Service to Direct Mobile Communication
Since its slow deployment in 1995 the use of SMS or âtext messagingâ from mobile phone to mobile phone has grown considerably. The industry is now worth billions and the services available from the many different network providers operating today include multi-national communication. One such example of this huge growth is the move which Thai Translation and SMS providing company âSMS Thailandâ have recently made.
Originally the company operated online, through their website http://www.sms-thailand.com, where customers would fill out a web form including the SMS text and the company would send it on from there. Of course this method lacked the ease of traditional direct mobile to mobile texting, yet in the past three months the company has begun offering customers the chance to send texts to Thailand (with Thai translation) straight from their handset.
âWe are the only company that can provide this kind of serviceâ says Kanokarn Inmang CEO of SMS Thailand Inc. âour updated translator system is extremely quick and accurate.â
To send SMS to Thailand customers need to sign up for the service first and top up their account just as a Pay As You Go mobile customer would. They then have a balance from which they can send messages to loved ones, colleagues, partners, family and friends in Thailand. Once the messages is sent to the SMS Thailand number 08165 45773, the companyâs Thai translation software translates the text into the relevant language and customers receive an email âdelivery reportâ confirmation that the message has arrived. To enable newly registered customers the chance to try out this unique online SMS translation service, the company are currently offering a free trial until December 25th 2008.
The global growth of the text message is most certainly not at a standstill with services like direct mobile translated SMS messages sent across the world. It is recent developments like this which make it clear to see that communication over long distances and in a multitude of tongues is bringing people together.