Send SMS to Trinidad and Tobago
With You can send sms to Trinidad and Tobago easily. Contact your
friends and family in Trinidad and Tobago without paying the expensive foreign SMS cost.
The SMS sent to Trinidad and Tobago using will be delivered instantly like the way you're using your own phone communication plan.
How to Send SMS to Trinidad and Tobago?
Here is a step by step on how to send SMS to Trinidad and Tobago using .
Step 1: Create a Free Account from here
or Login to your account if you already own one.
Step 2: Click on Add Contact from the sidebar menu.
Step 3: Add a new Contact (Your Trinidad and Tobago Recipient) name and phone number. Make sure to select Trinidad and Tobago from the countries list. then write the recipient Trinidad and Tobago phone number without the first "0" (Eg: for 0987654321 number become 987654321) And Click on Add Contact.
Step 4: Bingo! Now you have a Trinidad and Tobago contact phone number in your Contacts list. You can go to Send SMS from sidebar menu.
Step 5: Select the recipient you want to send SMS to. A full contact details will be displayed. Then you can write your SMS Body and hit the send button. Step 6: Bingo! Your SMS has been sent.
What it Trinidad and Tobago Phone Number Code, Dial-in code or Calling code?
Phone number codes, Country calling codes or country dial-in codes are telephone number prefixes for
subscribers in the networks of the member countries or regions of the International
Telecommunication Union (ITU). -Wikipedia.
Trinidad and Tobago phone code is: +1868
How to use phone number code to send SMS to Trinidad and Tobago ?
In order to use Trinidad and Tobago phone number code. You need to remove the first
"0" from the regular Trinidad and Tobago phone number.
Then replace it with the phone number code which is:
(Eg: 0987654321 becomes +1868987654321 )
NOTE: using you don't need to write the phone number code because it will be already added to the recipient phone number after selecting the destination country. You will need only to remove the first "0".