Sending text message coupons

By gary ·
an sms text message can be sent from any email program to any phone as long as someone has the number and carrier.

I want to provide my members with text coupons on demand for a few restaurants that will experiment with this.
So, the visitor enters their cell phone number and carrier on the page, A conversion table makes this into the sms address. ex.

How do I create automatically send a pre-formatted email (text message) to someone.

I have links for Outback, Ruth Chris' Olive Garden & Red Lobster. User enters the contact data and select a restaurant. Seconds later I want them to receive an SMS that says for example "Outback Steakhouse 25% off except alcohol bev. Good until 3-31-09".
Basically a preformatted outbound 140 character email Thanks!!

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by pikabiz In reply to Sending text message coup ...

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