How to Send Text Messages (SMS) for Free in Nigeria

Short Message Service (SMS) is a text message platform which we use when working with our phones. In Nigeria today, SMS sending is done using your local operator and mobile networks charge for each text sent. There is a limit as to the length of message you are allowed to send which is probably about 160 characters.

SMS can be in the form of WORDS, NUMBERS, SYMBOLS or even Hindi pick up lines for your friends. Which ever you decide to use, most of the time it is usually done on your mobile phone.

Now am writing on how you can send SMS for free in Nigeria. I mean using an SMS service that you won’t be charged for.

Current charges of mobile networks like MTN, Glo, Etisalat and Globalcom is about 4 to 5 naira per SMS if its withing the same network. Sendind SMS to a user outside the network is usually 15 naira.

How to Send SMS/Text Messages For Free

Now if you can do the little work involved, you will begin sending free SMS online in Nigeria and as long as the site does not give out your number then it is free and it safe. There is no cause for alarm. If using a text message service is the thing for you, you may choose among the numerous bulk sms providers in Nigeria so that you can send sms at 70 kobo and to be honest it’s quite better than relying on free sms platforms online.

Seventy kobo is not so much for a text message. Some may charge you as much as N1 per unit but since the purpose of this article is on how you can Send SMS/Text Messages For Free, I will list some websites that offer you this service for free.

Limitations of Free SMS Services Online

There is always a cost charge for sms sending. If they start out free, sooner or later they will require you to either register to continue sending or will begin to charge you after exhausting the free sms trial limit.

I also advise that you read their reviews or terms and condition carefully before you go ahead to register. Feel free to register at different websites.

List of SMS Providers for Free SMS/Text Messages


Another alternative is to use you default Gmail account. Gmail also helps send email messages as sms to a mobile phone but this feature is not working for Nigerian network operators yet and we will update you as soon as it starts working.

3 thoughts on “How to Send Text Messages (SMS) for Free in Nigeria”

  1. i do my dstv subscription on 10/9/2016 and is not show still now i need help my smart card number … 41355016654 and my name is mr olasunkanmi adeniyi and i paid #6000 for one mouth please do it for me now

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