Nomad SMS

Receive a local SMS anywhere in the world

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Bryce Adams
@bryceadams · Founder of Metorik
Just wanted to update here that Nomad SMS has now been closed down as I focus on my other work. Thanks for all the love over the year!


Bryce Adams
@bryceadams · Founder of Metorik
On Friday night I was trying to do a bank transfer from my Australian bank account to a friend. They sent me an SMS security code. I live in Thailand, so this was very frustrating, as I no longer have an Australian number. I got really frustrated and spent the last 3 days building this. Nomad SMS allows you easily create a number in one of 15 countries for … See more
@kristofertm · Founder @ Lamplighter Labs
This is great. Pricing doesn't seem too bad either. Wondering what the "abusive" level is for sending messages. Guessing if this is Twilio a penny per message could go quick, especially if someones traveling and using SMS as their main method of communication
James Smith
@smithjw · Product, Culture Amp
I've been looking for something like this for ages. There are many services out there but some just don't receive auth SMSes, hopefully this does. Any plans to expand and include the ability to forward calls?
Jack Smith
@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
seems expensive. Twilio is a much cheaper option and they're expanding their range of numbers all the time.
John Britton
@johndbritton · Education Liaison, GitHub
> Is it secure? > Yes. Very. Everything runs over SSL, SMS's are impossible to intercept and they're easily deletable from the number dashboard. It may be true that the communications use SSL, and that it's not possible for an outsider to view the messages, but the claim on the homepage is a bit disingenuous. The statement "SMS's are impossible to … See more