How to set up SMS/Text Reminders for Yourself with Gmail

1. In Gmail

2. Find your phone number’s email address

  • AT&T: (SMS), (MMS)
  • T-Mobile: (SMS & MMS)
  • Verizon: (SMS), (MMS)
  • Sprint: (SMS), (MMS)
  • Xfinity Mobile: (SMS), (MMS)
  • Virgin Mobile: (SMS), (MMS)
  • Tracfone: (MMS)
  • Simple Mobile: (SMS)
  • Mint Mobile: (SMS)
  • Red Pocket: (SMS)
  • Metro PCS: (SMS & MMS)
  • Boost Mobile: (SMS), (MMS)
  • Cricket: (SMS), (MMS)
  • Republic Wireless: (SMS)
  • Google Fi (Project Fi): (SMS & MMS)
  • U.S. Cellular: (SMS), (MMS)
  • Ting:
  • Consumer Cellular:
  • C-Spire:
  • Page Plus:

3. In Gmail (again)

4. That’s it! Your new, reminder system is ready.




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