Users of this site and the software provided by this site are
bound by the following Terms of Service, which may, at any time, be changed at
the sole discretion of the site. The latest version and date will always be
posted on this page on the site. Continued usage of the site and services
provided implies acceptance of these Terms of Service.
By clicking the Send button, you agree to accept and abide by the following Terms of Service:
- You agree to use the free portions of this service for
private, non-commercial and non-automated use only.
- You understand and agree that some cellular carriers may
charge a fee to the receiving party if the phone has not been activated to
receive SMS (text) messages. It is the responsibility of you, the sender to
determine whether the recipient is subject to such charges.
- You will accept all responsibility for any charges or
damages incurred by the receiving party for incoming messages, or for any
replies they transmit back.
- You agree not to use this Service for any unlawful or
illegal purpose and to comply with all applicable local laws.
- You agree not to use this Service to harrass others or
willfully send messages with the intent of running up the cellular service
bill of a recipient.
- You agree not to use this service to send any form of
bulk messages, advertising, SPAM or any content that would be considered
offensive to the receiving party. 123FreeSMS.com has IP address monitoring
mechanisms in place to track rapid, repeated use of the site by parties who
attempt to exploit the service to distribute such material.
- You agree not to transmit any messages that would be
considered harrassment or offensive to the receiving party.
- 123FreeSMS.com will not be liable for any lack of privacy
you may experience while using this Service. The user understands that
messages will traverse public networks (Internet) and the networks of
cellular providers, thus privacy cannot be guaranteed.
- 123FreeSMS.com makes all reasonable efforts to provide
quality delivery of messages, but cannot guarantee delivery of messages.
Outside factors such as cellular provider outages, network outages prevent
us from being able to guarantee delivery of messages.