Chinese New Year SMS greeting messages

Posted by exja on January 15, 2009


It's time to ring in another Chinese New Year!

The Star reported that "Global SMS (short message service) traffic over the 2007/2008 New Year period increased by 30% compared to the same period last year. Cellphone users around the world sent 43 billion text messages to wish their loved ones a happy new year, said Acision, a messaging and charging company for more than 300 network operators and service providers worldwide.

As usual, during or before Chinese New Year times you will receive a lot of SMS greeting messages from your friends, familys, or colleagues. I'm sure you'll reply with the similar greeting messages.

So, are you looking for most suitable CNY SMS greeting messages? Yeah! Thanks to Google again! Google(China) launched a Chinese New Year SMS integration of Google search to help you choose the most suitable text messages sent to friends, familys or colleagues.

Open up any Internet Browser(I preferred Mozilla Firefox) and go to address bar and enter and search for 祝福短信 or any related words. You can easily found tons of results. If you looking for most popular, most traditional Chinese New Year SMS greeting messages, please try here.  Click on the selected greeting messages, enter the phone number and click (free) SMS send. Such a good services from Google, but too bad. This is only support China Unicom's mobile users. 

For anyone in Malaysia, probably you can type your SMS greeting message follow by search result.

Happy Chinese New Year! 

Updated: Chinese New Year year 2009 is just around the corner, I would suggest you try Google China 春节 and look for the most popular CNY SMS keywords. 新年快乐!事事顺利!新年进步!心想事成!

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3 Responses to “Chinese New Year SMS greeting messages”

  1. LiewCF on February 5th, 2008 6:33 am

    too bad the free sms service is not availabe outside China. However, those greeting messages are great. I was looking for a good one to Mass Sending to my friends. Thanks for the tip.

  2. dif on February 5th, 2008 11:26 am

    Be careful. One thing that people always forget is that when you supply your mobile number for free services, they collect your number for marketing purposes! ie, SPAM….

    If this is done by Google, maybe should be OK. But shouldn;t trust any other website.

  3. Net Music on February 8th, 2008 5:17 am

    You are right about the messages and I am sure it is a good way to do it though google as long as it stays safe,
    Thank you very much,

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