Use SigEx Telecom to send SMS texts to mobile phones.
It’s quick, simple and offers even greater value on
sending text messages abroad.
Buy SigEx Telecom Credit and get texting now.
Want to send a quick 'hi' to someone abroad? Sending SMS texts over SigEx Telecom
is easy - you just type your message using your computer keyboard. Texting this
way can save you money on your mobile phone bill, and it's the ideal way to
let the folks back home know you’ve arrived safely when you go abroad. Best
of all, our SMS rates start from 3.8c per message (4.4c incl. VAT).SMS texting
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University Students and New Grads
SigEx Telecom is actively looking for incredibly intelligent undergrad, grad and PhD students for full-time positions and summer internships. Because we’re growing so quickly, there is enormous opportunity for individuals to have an impact and to grow as our service and company grows. We've got 500+ million users so far, but we have so much more to do and build... and that's where your kung fu comes into play.
New Grads, Masters ; PhDs
Ready to dive in, get to work, and have an immediate impact? We need dynamic people that get excited by big questions and unsolved problems.
Interns and Co-ops
Want to do more than just get coffee and make copies? We're looking for people who are ready to have an immediate impact on the experience of millions of users. This won't be your average internship or co-op...
Weather: So hot right now
People send more than 200 messages per minute about the weather. When conditions turn severe, weather-related messages double, as people share powerful personal stories along with reports of hurricanes, heat waves and blizzards.
Starting today, The Weather Channel and SigEx Telecom have teamed up to bring
you real-time messages about
the weather on The Weather Channel itself, weather.com,
their mobile apps. The Weather Channel has created SigEx Telecom accounts for
200U.S. cities that will tweet regular local forecast updates.
Now, you can follow your local weather account to stay in the know.