How send SMS to a number that has blocked me

You have sent a large number of text messages to your friend and have never received a reply. So you have the dreadful doubt that this has blocked you, or rather that it has blocked your numbering. Given the circumstances, now you would like to know if there is a valid system to make sure of what and especially how you can do to contact the another person, always via SMS, going around any block.

How do you say? Things are exactly like this and would you like to know if I can give you a hand on what to do or not? Of course I do, God forbid. If you will give me a few minutes of your valuable time and attention, I can actually dispel all your doubts by answering what is your main question: how to send SMS to a number that blocked me ?

So make yourself comfortable, take your mobile phone and read everything carefully when informed below. Together, we will first find out based on what parameters it is possible to establish whether a certain numbering has blocked us or not (although it is not possible to be absolutely certain of the thing) and how to face the situation regardless of the mobile platform used. and the phone company. Are you ready? Yes? Very good. We forbid the talk and continue. Good work".

  • Find out if a number has blocked you
  • Send SMS to a number that has blocked you
  • Alternative solutions

Find out if a number has blocked you

As I told you at the beginning of the article, first of all I want to show you how to do it so that you can make sure that the person you want to contact has blocked your number or not.

Notwithstanding the fact that the most absolute certainty that a certain person has chosen to block the reception of SMS from their number, no one can give it to them except the person called in question, there are some "signals", which are reported here below, which can be helpful in determining whether or not things are really as imagined, especially if they last a medium-long period of time.

  • Trying to make a phone call to the phone reference number sounds only once but then the call is disconnected or the voicemail.
  • Trying to make a phone call to the reference number, the latter turns out to be perpetually busy.

Situations like the ones described above occur, when number lock is in place, because some applications and / or phone services divert blocked phone numbers to the answering machine. However, as it is easy to understand, the occurrence of circumstances such as those mentioned above can also be what happens when the phone of the person trying to call does not take or turns off, when the do not disturb function is active or, again, when the line is busy.

Unfortunately, there are no systems to try to cancel if a number has blocked you by sending only SMS. The only "hold" may in fact be the fact that he has never received a reply to his messages, but it could also be attributable to network errors or, again, a much simpler lack of desire or will in replying to you. by the recipient.

In any case, blocking the reception of SMS by a certain phone number is not an irreversible condition, so it can be canceled at any time, you just need to want it and configure the settings of your mobile phone, since I can explain of a pretty detailed way in my guide how block SMS and in my dedicated tutorials on how to block SMS from Android and how to block contacts from iPhone.

Send SMS to a number that has blocked you

Considering what is reported in the previous lines, we now come to the real core of the question. Below you will find those that currently represent the best practices to follow in order to send an SMS to a number that has blocked you.

I immediately anticipate that what I am going to propose is to send anonymous SMS (whose sender can however be easily identified by operators and authorities, if necessary) that as such will be received by the reference number, practically the only thing. feasible in such a situation. So let's see how to proceed from the mobile phone and the PC (yes, it is also feasible from there).

If you are wondering "how to send SMS to a number that blocked me?" the best answer to this is: send anonymous messages, as I told you a few lines above. To do it from your smartphone (whatever mobile platform you use) and especially using your phone number, you just have to grab the terminal, unlock it, access the screen where the icons of all the applications are, press on that used to send and manage SMS and take advantage of the special codes made available directly by the Italian telephone operators (unfortunately not all).

If your operator is Wind o Postemobile, you have two different options to send your SMS in total anonymity. Let's immediately see which ones. However, keep in mind that in both cases no additional costs apply, the price is practically the same as that of the messages, so to speak, standard provided for your rate plan.

  • If you want to send an anonymous SMS leaving the person you want to contact the possibility to reply equally anonymously, simply send a message to the reference number in the following format: * k [spazio] k # s [spazio] SMS text (E.g. * kk # s hello, how are you? ).
  • If you do not want the recipient of your message to be able to reply, send them an SMS in this format: * k [spazio] s [spazio] SMS text (E.g. * ks hello, how are you? ).

If, on the contrary, your telephone operator Vodafone, what you need to do to be successful is to send a text message in the following format: S [spazio] recipient number [spazio] body of the message (E.g. S 1234567890 hello, how are you? ). The person who will receive the message can possibly reply by following the instructions that they will always receive by SMS. The cost of the operation must be 29 cents.

If your manager is TIM, Cuban Tres Guitar o FastwebI'm sorry to tell you, but at the moment it is not possible to send SMS without revealing your real number. In fact, the three operators have stopped supporting anonymization services and therefore do not allow direct sending of SMS of this type. Regarding reception (for example, an SMS sent from a Wind number to a TIM number) there is no problem.

In any case, it is a type of service that is often subject to change, both in the operation and in the costs to be incurred. Consequently, if you want to be aware of this issue, I suggest that you contact the customer service of the reference operator directly and ask for clarification directly from the latter. If you don't know how to do it, you can read my article dedicated to how to talk to a Vodafone, TIM, 3 or Wind operator.

Alternative solutions

Following the instructions that I gave you in the previous steps, you still have not been successful in your attempt or in any case you have not received a response from your friend and you keep asking yourself "how to send SMS to a number that has blocked me"? So let me suggest reading my guide on how to send SMS from Internet, in which I told you about alternative solutions that can still be useful, in a circumstance of this type.

What I want to advise you to do is, basically, try to contact your friend using additional messaging systems, such as the very popular Whatsapp, Facebook and Mensajero. In this way, if your friend has not tried to block you also in the contact list of the reference applications, you will be able to speak with him as well as verify that the message you sent has really been received and / or read.

If you want to receive more details about it, you can refer, in the case of WhatsApp, to my guides on how WhatsApp works and how to chat WhatsApp. As for Facebook and Messenger, I suggest you check my article on how to chat on Facebook and my post dedicated to how Messenger works.

Obviously, please avoid abusing the means in your possession, as in doing so you would inevitably go wrong without considering the fact that "harassing" a person who does not have the slightest desire to contact you does not. . it is particularly productive and, furthermore, it can constitute a kind of psychological violence.

Therefore, I suggest that you put my instructions into practice only and exclusively in case of real need. I do not assume any responsibility for the misuse that may be made of the indications contained therein. Understand?