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How to receive an SMS while I'm anywhere in the world?

 

by @bluedognz | 5yr  | 21 comments

Hi Nomads

Any suggestions how I can receive sms messages to iPhone while Iโ€™m anywhere in the world? I have an Australian Telstra phone, but I also have another one out of contract which I could put on a global sim?

Calls are not really a problem, with Skype, Zoom, Google Voice etc taking care of that but Iโ€™m not sure how Iโ€™m going to get smsโ€™s. Especially for banking purposes, reseting passwords etc.

First post here, we are about to embark on a global house sitting / time share journey! Starting with 3 weeks in Bali, then 10 weeks in the Caribean, followed by 3 months in Europe. :smile:

Clark and Tegan

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@iamfledge | 3yr

In response to the suggestions on here that suggest Twilio.

BEWARE

I just tried to implement my own solution for this and found that verification SMSโ€™s (e.g. 2-factor codes etc) do not get sent to Twilio numbers.

Twilio Explain this here:

Services like Google Voice, Facebook, and Skype, which use short codes (e.g. 55555) to send SMS will not be able to send messages to Twilio phone numbers. This is because short code carriers have arrangements to exchange messages with mobile phone numbers only, and Twilio phone numbers are not considered mobile numbers.

Reference:

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@jacob_tr | 4yr

Well for banking stuff, just change your bank to Commbank, they do all their resetting in APP codes, not phone SMSโ€™s.

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@orca | 4yr

E-call see https://www.ecall.ch/startseite/ or Google Voice work well.

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@nomadicme | 4yr

You could try this https://www.chatsim.com/. Itโ€™s not free but would allow you to get SMS/Chats anywhere.

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@kmander | 4yr

Twilio + Pushbullet is a nice solution. Inbound SMSs to your new number become push-notifications to your phone, regardless of where you are.

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@dan335 | 4yr

Google Fi works great in Thailand.

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@refuseillusion | 4yr

Although it works great it is a lot more expensive than the local options.

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@taxico | 5yr

are there prepaid SIM cards from Australia that roam?

those are cheap and replaceable.

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@lamby | 5yr

Seconding the recommendation for Twilio although that might expose my bias as a programmerโ€ฆ

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@bluedognz | 5yr

Perhaps I am overthinking this!!!

I just assumed my Telstra (Australia) mobile would cost to receive a textโ€ฆ but it appears itโ€™s free!

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@blaze | 4yr

yes everyone is certainly overcomplicating this. turn on international roaming and youll recieve texts for free. can confirm, am with telstra and have done this all over the world.

good luck!

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@wanderingdev | 4yr

but international roaming can accumulate big charges and/or you either need a dual sim phone, two phones (so you can have a local one that wonโ€™t create big bills), or not have a local phone/data plan.

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@bluedognz | 5yr

Hi and thanks for the replies.

The main goal here is to RECEIVE texts from anyone but in particular:

โ€ข Australian Banks, so it needs to be my Australian Cell # that is being forwarded to me.
โ€ข Account verifications like Google. If you log into your google account from another country it asks you to verify by sending you an SMS.

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@refuseillusion | 5yr

Have I understood correctly that you donโ€™t want to get a new number?

Then Iโ€™d say donโ€™t make it too complicated - just bring a second phone. It can also serve you as a backup in case your primary phone breaks, a dumbphone would be good enough.

If youโ€™re worried that your secondary phone could be stolen and you really need to receive SMS, you can buy a Raspberry Pi and a GSM module and keep the SIM card in the Pi safely in your house at home. You could program the Pi to forward your SMS via Email or Telegram, but itโ€™s a lot more work than bringing a second phone.

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@orca | 5yr

Google Voice is quite good but can be problematic from some locations and canโ€™t send to non US numbers. I use several options as below:

  1. https://info.ecall.ch/en/ecalltm/ you can get a Swiss number or use any existing number which can be changed whenever you want.

  2. http://www.voxox.com gives you a US number plus cheap calls from a desktop or cell via an App. I recommend this one.

  3. https://www.worldsim.com cheap calls and texts to a European or US number. The card gives free roaming in loads of places e.g I live in Switzerland and the US but I travel to Italy, Germany, Australia and lots of other places and most give free incoming calls and cheap outgoing.

These three should fit the bill fine.

Dieter

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@nomadicme | 5yr

I use Tmoblie which allows for Intโ€™l free SMS in over 130 countries. Google Fi also allows it.

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@poppyjikko | 5yr

Twilio offers phone number in many countries too

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@ttasterisco | 5yr

get a US number, convert it to google voice ($20) and voila

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

or get a free google voice numberโ€ฆ

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@nefer_l | 4yr

Google Voice - Yep, thatโ€™s what I do to make calls and receive SMS like I never left home :smile:

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@antonioevans | 5yr

Forward my cell to Google voice. Get all the text and just text from your laptop. Also cheaper if you do a number transfer instead of paying your carrier fee in Australia.

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Whatโ€™s a good European call & SMS forwarding service?


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Hi all

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What's a good US call and SMS forwarding service?


by @vong | 2yr 2 years ago | 12 comments

Hi all,

What do you guys use for call and sms forwarding?

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by @justinbosco | 3yr 2 years ago | 23 comments

Iโ€™m in the middle of doing some research for our next destination within Europe and Iโ€™m hoping to get some suggestions from some outdoor enthusiasts whoโ€™ve spent time on the continent.

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Hello Everyone,

On January 8, I set off on my Nomadic Journeys. I have a one way ticket to Iceland booked for a film shoot, and a flight into mainland Europe on the 20th, and from there I have no idea, and I am completely on my own.

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Hostelworld for hostels,
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Hello,

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by @nevergoingback | 5yr 4 years ago | 15 comments

Hi peeps,

Here is me with a serious question again!

I travel the world alot but always go back to my home country for a couple of months each year. In this period I want to own a car. But because I do not live anywhere it is very difficult to own a car. I cant put the car I want on my parents name because of their salary and the Netherlands being very strict on that.

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Hi, i am going to New York for the first time in my life, but i have only 7 days (one full week starting on Oct 10). Apart of well known tourist spots (The Statue of Liberty, central park, broadway, 7th av etc) i also want somehow to get into digital makers environment to feel the spirit, speed and trends. What would be your suggestions to do / visit there?
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Iโ€™m a 25 year old Australian girl, newly single, working remotely for a SF startup. Iโ€™m looking for a location to settle for the next 6 months, starting in May. All countries are on the table (although stable wifi is required).

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by @breanden | 5yr 5 years ago | 23 comments

Hi everyone,

My name is Breanden Beneschott, and Iโ€™m a Co-founder and the COO at Toptal.

At Toptal, we help developers get work they can do from anywhere.

As a digital nomad, Iโ€™ve lived and worked remotely in >30 countries since I finished school four years ago. Iโ€™ve been building Toptal. Toptal is a private network of awesome freelance software engineers, and companies hire us to build cool stuff. We are also an a16z-backed company in growth mode, and this year weโ€™ll hit about $80 million in recurring sales. Although our network has grown to thousands of people, Toptal doesnโ€™t have any offices. We operate from more than 93 countries, and since we encourage everyone to travel, a lot of us are digital nomads.

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by @levelsio | 5yr 5 years ago | 41 comments

Hi guys/girls,

Itโ€™s time for my regular request for feedback on Nomad List and all the related sites (including this forum, #nomads, Nomad Jobs etc.).

Hereโ€™s a little update on Nomad List itself: Iโ€™ve rewrote the entire site this month and will launch it soon as Nomad List 2.0, you can check it out at http://2.nomadlist.com.

Biggest changes:

  • When Nomad List launched, it had data on 25 cities, with 3 data points per city (cost, internet, temperature). In the last few months, Iโ€™ve worked together with a team of editors in the last few months to add the worldโ€™s 500 biggest cities, with about 70 data points (like safety, fun to the best hospitals). This means, it now has 35,000 data points.
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  • Itโ€™s integrated with #nomads now, which means I can add user profiles soon for all nomads to share their trips.

Let me know your tips and what direction you think I should go :slight_smile:

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Hi, I'm Manu, an accountant turned digital nomad and offshore tax expert. AMA!

 

by @xiufensilver | 5yr 5 years ago | 39 comments

Wonder how to do your taxes as a nomad? Ask your question now!

About Manu:
Today Iโ€™m here to clear any misunderstandings about international taxation for digital nomads. There is too much wrong, outdated and irrelevant information out there.

I will answer any general questions, relevant to the community as a whole. You are welcome to give your own situation as an example. If you are looking for personalized and actionable recommendations or referrals, please contact me or someone else you trust in this matter privately.

About myself: I learned accounting for 5 years in high school, but became more interested in international management and programming at university. I worked as a director and purchasing manager for a 100m+ private trust in Europe and Greater China. In 2013, I resigned from this position to have a better work-life balance and travel more. Since then I have spent most of my time in Asia doing consulting through various companies.

My latest project is a crowdfunding accelerator that will take place in Shenzhen, China later this year.

ASK AWAY!

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