Whozzat: Send Free SMS in India without Advertisements

Whozzat: Send Free SMS in India without Advertisements

This is a guest post by Prabal who blogs at Pricearena. If you would like to write for CallingAllgeeks, read our guest posting guidelines.

We have already shared with you few websites through which you can send free SMS in India. These website are really nice but ends up with few cons. like displays an ad in your message or we can send limited characters (Below 140) and so on.

Whozzat is another service through which we can send free SMS to any mobile in India. Like other websites, we can send upto 160 characters, but without annoying ads. When a message is delivered to recipient it shows the name of the sender. You can send upto 100 sms per day which I think is sufficient for anyone.

This service works really well and is fast & easy to access. After registering you will get your own url something like this http://whozzat.com/username so you can also send unlimited sms to your friends available on Whozzat after there approval.

The unique feature which I have not seen in any other website is ‘Flash SMS‘. A flash sms appears directly on screen instead of going to inbox (Like when balance gets displayed after making a call). It will catch the recipient attention immediately.

There is also a seperate page designed specially for sms included with various categories like Friendship, Funny & even Rajinikanth. :D You can directly send sms from the page.

Connect your twitter & facebook account to post an update through Whozzat. More features like Synchronize Mobile Contact is still on the way to come.

This service has everything expect the limitation to send sms upto 160 characters. Whereas, you can even try SMS7 which is a great way to send message up to 440 characters.

Do share your views on Whozzat & if you are using any other services to send free sms In India or outside India, do let us know.

Article by Prabal Dave

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  • Juniorhero

    November 5, 2010, 12:22 am

    I liked this service so msuch. Bookmarked it for future use. Thank you Prabal

  • Prabal Dave

    November 5, 2010, 12:38 am

    I am glad u liked it Atul. Thanks for the comment.

  • Aditya Sharma

    November 12, 2010, 9:17 pm

    Hey, I emailed whozzat and they replied:
    Soon We are coming with group feature and contacts import option.

    I think, its a really good news because now I can move to whozzat.com
    I found whozzat a very good, user friendly and an international look, I liked it…Thx for information :)

  • Prabal Dave

    November 12, 2010, 9:59 pm

    Yes its really a great service. Hope you will enjoy it. Thanks for the comment.

  • preetam

    November 19, 2010, 7:37 pm

    cool…..its really fantastic……..guys pls try this….thing

  • soniya

    February 1, 2011, 8:49 pm

    its really lovely!!!!!!!!!!! thanx whozzat

  • Rohit Diwakar

    February 8, 2011, 1:45 pm


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