orb3000 · Sep 17, 2010 at 12:00 pm

Send Free SMS App for German Members

If you live in Germany, now you have the possibility of sending free SMS. XDA member DEEFRAG2K created an application to send free SMS over the Internet, you can send up to ten SMS per day. The developer states this app will work only in Germany with freesms.de and that is why it is not translated to any other language.
.NET Compact Framework 2.0 or higher must be installed on your Windows Mobile device to run the application.

Originally posted by DEEFRAG2K
[App] Free SMS.de App (11.09.2010)

Hi, I have created an App for sending Free SMS over the Internet.
It works with a Free sms.de Account and allows you to send up to 10 Free SMS per day.
It has Address book support, saves the Login data and the last number you send a SMS to.

This App only works in Germany thats the reason I have not translated it in English.

You need the .NET Compact Framework 2.0 or 3.5 to run it.

Download and Info at deefrag.de/sms

You can find more information in the application thread.


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