Free SMS to any Number in Pakistan

Send Free SMS to Any Network in Pakistan from this Link

I had this very popular post that introduced club4sms, which offered Free SMS to all networks in Pakistan. However, clib4SMS have started charging for sending SMS, hence I thought of doing another post where we will see some options for Sending Free SMS to almost any network of Pakistan, from internet.


Urdupoint is a very simple, and straight forward way to send message. Urdupoint offers a one click solution to send all your SMS messages to any Network in Pakistan.


  • No Registration Required
  • No SMS limit per day
  • instant delivery

Hamariweb has a section that offers Free SMS to Mobile numbers in Pakistan. But you need to register first with a valid mobile number.

After signup, you will have to verify your mobile number by entering verification code that you get on your Phone through SMS.

Once account is verified, you can start sending Free SMS to any network in Pakistan.


Another option is, which is very much similar to Hamriweb, but let me tell you that is more reliable than Foodcourt. is in beta for a while now. iSMS differs from other two websites in a way that it offers signups with email too, meaning that overseas Pakistani visitors can also sign-up and send free SMS

Please note that all these Free SMS websites use regular mobile phones attached with their servers. SMS Messages that you input on their website is transferred to Mobile Phone which sends that Message using a regular SIM.

Be informed that these websites are not 100 percent reliable, due to following reasons

  • There comes some error with their server
  • Maybe mobile phone attached with computer turns off
  • Balance in SIM that is being used gets expired
  • or there can be many any other reasons too

So, I advise you to test system before sending SMS to desired network by sending one SMS to your own number. For those who are outside Pakistan and are interested in sending SMS you may need a friend to help you guys out in this.

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