"Star Lanka Online" Our NEW Web site And Web TV Channel Launched

TFGE , The Future Global Educational Center Has Launched
the official web site, called
*** Star Lanka Online Dot Com ........................

www.starlankaonline.com will be completed in very near future....

*** Star Lanka Online TV Channel,..................

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Now you can watch "Star Lanka Online TV" channel broadcasts from Matara, Sri Lanka in most part of the day. Still we are keeping a test transmission also. There is a link right side of your hand to watch our TV channel. You can watch (Click On the Box) live channel on this site without going to another site to watch the TV. and also recorded parts, following the below link.

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Tuesday, July 2, 2013

I want to live in Austria, Is there anyone who can help me ? Ich möchte in Austria leben, Gibt es jemanden, der mir helfen kann?

I want to live in Austria, Is there anyone who can help me ?


Is there anyone who can really help me to do for me ? I appreciate your kind help and May God Bless you ! My contact numbers are 0094 776 927605 or 0094718116136

~~~~~~~~~~~ Priyantha De Silva ~~

Lieb mein Freund, ich möchte in Austria für den Rest meines Lebens mit einem Job zu leben.
Gibt es jemanden, der wirklich helfen kann ich für mich tun? Ich schätze Ihre freundliche Hilfe und Gott segne Sie! Meine Kontaktdaten Zahlen sind 0094 776 927605 oder 0094718116136

~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Priyantha De Silva

 


Thursday, November 1, 2012

Gale hits many areas

Gale hits many areas



A gale that hit several areas including Haputale, Diyathalawa and Bandarawela caused extensive damage to 40 line houses in Rohaminton Estate in Haputale and 16 line houses in Nayabedda estate in Bandarawela. More than 200 displaced persons are staying with their relatives.  The police requested the drivers to be cautious about possible obstructions to roads caused by fallen trees or mounds of earth. Badulla District Disaster Management Centre has taken step to close the road Dunhinda falls which is endangered with rock falling.  Pix by Palitha Ariyawansa






Adam’s Peak: the mountain of the Sacred Foot Print


Adam’s Peak: the mountain of the Sacred Foot Print

The Mountain known as Sri Pada Kanda (the mountain of the Sacred Foot Print), Samantha Kutha (the domain of God Saman), Samanala Kanda (Butterfly mountain) and Adam’s Peak located 40 Kilometres North East of Ratnapura is 2,244 metres in height and is Sri Lanka’s fourth highest mountain. Being the main watershed of the island, it is the principle source of four main rivers including the largest; the Mahaweli.
The sanctity of the mountain has been held aloft by adherents of Buddhism, Islam, Christianity and Hinduism. According to the Mahavamsa when the Buddha visited Kelaniya on the eighth year of enlightenment, went to this particular mountain on the invitation of God Saman and left his foot print on the Summit.

Sri Pada Kanda (the mountain of the Sacred Foot Print)
However, it was only from about the 11th Century A. D that the cult of Sri Pada or Sacred Foot print has gained popularity among the Buddhists. Why the summit remained obscure for so long, and why Buddhists did not pay attention to it earlier, cannot be explained with any degree of certainty. The questions such as who covered the ‘Foot Print’ with a larger than life size copy and a concrete slab, and when was it done, also remain unexplained.

Worship by Muslims

Nevertheless some Sinhala Buddhist rulers extensively patronized the Foot Print from the time of Vijayabahu I (1070-1110) of Polonnaruwa. The Mahavamsa states that he granted the village called Gilimale (presently in the Kuruvita Korale of the Ratnapura District) for dispensing of gifts to people who trod the difficult road to worship the Foot Print.
The Ambagamuva inscription while recording grants of Vijayabahu I, specifically refers to improvements made by him to the platforms of pilgrims on the summit. Nissankamalla (1187-1196) and Parakramabahu II (1236-1270) too went on pilgrimage to Samanthakutha and extended their patronage by grants of lands and villages to the shrine.
The increasing interest shown in Sri Pada by Sinhala Buddhists can be gleaned by the Pali text Samanthakutha Vannana written by Ven. Vedeha in the 13th century.
It was in or around the 9th century that Samantha Kutha became associated with the first spot on earth where Adams set foot when he was driven out of paradise. The Muslims who consider Adams as their forefather, popularized the term Adams Peak around this time. The term was used for the very first time by Sulaiman, an Arab trader and explorer who visited Sri Lanka in 850 AD.
When Samanthakutha became Adam’s Peak, gem seeking Muslim traders turned out to be pilgrims too and ingratiated themselves to the Sinhalese who were always tolerant in spiritual matters. They could pay homage to the sacred Foot Print and acquire the gems of profitable international circulation on their return.
A fragmentary Arabic inscription datable to the thirteenth century which states ‘Muhammed may God Bless him… the Father of Mankind’ has been found in the Bhagava Lena, a cave about 100 feet below the summit of Adam’s Peak.
It is written by the side of an earlier Sinhala inscription of Nissankamalla granting land to the Shrine. Both these inscriptions indited in the same cave are testimony to the spirit of religious harmony between Buddhist Sinhalese and the Islamic Muslims.
Ibn Batuta on his journeys in Sri Lanka, in 1344 ascended the holy mountain and his itinerary testify to the fact that a considerable number of Muslims had gone on pilgrimage to Adam’s peak during and prior to his time.
According to him one of the ten iron chains fixed for ascending the summit was called the ‘chain of the Muslims’. The Italian traveller Marco Polo too has commented on the chains which facilitated the ascent.
The Christians also believe that the footprints are in the place where Adams set foot on earth after being exiled from Eden. Father Marignolli who arrived by ship at the port of Perivills (Beruwala) on his way to China in the 14th century states that “when Adams was expelled an angel took him by the arm and set him down…” and he descended at the most famous mountain of Sri Lanka. On the other hand the Hindus consider the Foot Print to be that of God Shiva (Sivan Adipadhan).

Roads network

Roads leading to Adam’s Peak in historical times had been tracks or foothpaths but in and after the twelfth century certain stretches of these roads gradually developed, so that ox wagons and carriages drawn by horses could pass along those stretches. The Mahavamsa attests that there were three pilgrims routes to Samantha Kutha in the reign of Vijayabahu I. The first was through Gilimale and the second, the Rajarata Road, was via Kadaligama, present Kehelgamuwa near Ginigathhena. The third was from Huva or Uva, which was used by pilgrims coming from the Ruhuna region.
Certain stretches of these roads were improved from time to time. During the reign of Parakramabahu II, the Minister Devappatiraja improved the road from Gangasiri Pura (Gampola) to Bodhitale or Botale. At Botale he built a bridge of 35 cubits (riyan) in length and proceeded to Kanamadiri Oya, where a bridge of 30 cubuits in length was built at Ulapane. Devappatiraja also built a bridge of 35 cubits in length at Ambagamuva. Some of these roads and bridges were further developed during the era of Gampola and Kandyan Kings.
Several of the Kandyan kings such as Vikramabahu, Vimaladharmasuriya, Narendrasinghe, Vijaya Rajasinghe and Kirti Sri Rajasinghe had gone on pilgrimage to Samantakutha and had extended their patronage to the sacred precincts. During this period and after, Sri Pada increasingly became important. Therefore at times the position of the High Priest of Sri Pada was held by most eminent bhikkhus in the island such as Hikkaduwe Sri Sumangala (from 1871 to 1911) and Morontuduwe Sri Dhammananda (from 1954 to 1970).
Even in the recent past, the state has patronized the Sri Pada by various donations. Its properties are managed by a lay trustee nominated by the High Priest and under the control of the Public Trustee. Pilgrims from all over the country who visit the Peak during the season; January to April, too contribute in their own way to upkeep the roads and the sacred precincts in a good condition.

Bopath Ella to be a tourist site


Bopath Ella to be a tourist site


The Kuruwita Pradeshiya Sabha has finalized arrangements to develop the Bopath Ella Falls area in a systematic way so as to attract more local and foreign visitors. Financial assistance for the scheme will be granted by the Sabaragamuwa Provincial Council. A sum of five million rupees will be allocated for this purpose.
The Kuruwita Pradeshiya Sabha will spend another five million rupees on the Bopath-Ella Expansion Development Project to be launched soon.
Earlier the Pradeshiya Sabha had spent Rs. 4.5 lakhs for supplying drinking water and erecting of trading stalls. A cleaning-up Shramadana campaign was launched throughout the Bopath Ella area very successfully.























The Bopath Ella water fall in the Ratnapura District (Picture by Nimal Wijayatuna, Eheliyagoda
Special Corr)

Weather Forecast for Today . Day Nov 1


Weather 

Forecast for Today


DayNov 1

Light Rain Shower
Today's High was 81°F at 1:40am when conditions were Light Rain Shower

NightNov 1

Scattered T-Storms
77°Low
Scattered T-Storms
Chance of Rain:
60%
Wind:
S at 5 mph
Humidity:
82%
UV Index:
0 - Low
Snowfall:
0 in
Sunset:
5:51 pm
Moonrise:
7:48 pm
Moonphase:
Waning Gibbous
Past 24-hr Precip:
0.57 in (est.)
Past 24-hr Snow:
N/A
Scattered thunderstorms. Low 77F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 60%.

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

ICC T20 Cricket World Cup Schedule - 2012 in Sri Lanka with Official Theme Song


T20 World Cup Schedule - 2012



 Twenty20 World Cup 2012 cricketTournament will start on Sep 18, 2012 in Sri Lanka. The last match of the tournament will be held on Oct 7, 2012.


Cricket now is mostly about the fascinating short version of the game called T20 cricket. With the T20 World Cup knocking at the door which is to start from the September 18, 2012 in Sri Lanka, the expectations from participating nations from all across the World are humongous. The T20 World Cup schedule has been declared by the ICC which will host 27 matches in the period of September-October this year. There has been much discussion about the Twenty20 World Cup schedule where team managements are in continuous discussion with the ICC to ensure a fair T20 schedule in order to avoid fatigue. The Future Cricket Tour Programs (FTP) is the operational body and developer of the World Twenty20 fixtures for the World Cup this year.

The first match is going to be played between Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka on September 18 as the inaugural match of the Cup. Critics have already started the blame game complaining too much of cricket especially Twenty20 cricket is the root for fatigue among players and the T20 World Cup time table should be reviewed in order to save cricket. The 20 odd day long tournament will be concluded with the final match played at the Premdasa Stadium on October 7. The T20 World Cup fixtures include participating nations like Sri Lanka (the host), Zimbabwe, Australia, Ireland, Afghanistan, India, South Africa, New Zealand, Bangladesh, West Indies, Pakistan and England. Despite the T20 fever of IPL donning the cricket World at present, the T20 World Cup is expected to throw a lot of surprises off the shore.



Initial GroupsSuper Eight (S8) Groups
Group A – England, India, Afghanistan
Group B – Australia, West Indies, Ireland
Group C – Sri Lanka, South Africa, Zimbabwe
Group D – Pakistan, New Zealand, Bangladesh
Group 1 – A1, B2, C1, D2
Group 2 – A2, B1, C2, D1



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Date and TimeMatch Details and Series
Thu Sep 13
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
Warm Up : 1st T20 - Ireland vs Zimbabwe
Moors Sports Club Ground, Colombo
Thu Sep 13
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
Warm Up : 2nd T20 - Sri Lanka vs West Indies
Nondescripts Cricket Club, Colombo
Sat Sep 15
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
Warm Up : 3rd T20 - Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka A
Moors Sports Club Ground, Colombo
Sat Sep 15
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
Warm Up : 4th T20 - Australia vs New Zealand
Nondescripts Cricket Club, Colombo
Sat Sep 15
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
Warm Up : 5th T20 - Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe
Colts Cricket Club Ground, Colombo
Sat Sep 15
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
Warm Up : 6th T20 - India vs Sri Lanka
P Sara Oval, Colombo
Mon Sep 17
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
Warm Up : 7th T20 - Australia vs England
Nondescripts Cricket Club, Colombo
Mon Sep 17
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
Warm Up : 8th T20 - Bangladesh vs Ireland
Moors Sports Club Ground, Colombo
Mon Sep 17
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
Warm Up : 9th T20 - New Zealand vs South Africa
Colts Cricket Club Ground, Colombo
Mon Sep 17
14:00 local | 08:30 GMT
Warm Up : 10th T20 - Afghanistan vs West Indies
P Sara Oval, Colombo
Mon Sep 17
14:00 local | 08:30 GMT
Warm Up : 11th T20 - India vs Pakistan
R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Wed Sep 19
09:30 local | 04:00 GMT
Warm Up : 12th T20 - England vs Pakistan
P Sara Oval, Colombo
Tue Sep 18

19:30 local | 14:00 GMT
Group C : 1st T20 - Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe
Mahinda Rajapaksa International Stadium, Hambantota
Wed Sep 19

15:30 local | 10:00 GMT
Group B : 2nd T20 - Australia vs Ireland
R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Wed Sep 19

19:30 local | 14:00 GMT
Group A : 3rd T20 - India vs Afghanistan
R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Thu Sep 20

19:30 local | 14:00 GMT
Group C : 4th T20 - South Africa vs Zimbabwe
Mahinda Rajapaksa International Stadium, Hambantota
Fri Sep 21

15:30 local | 10:00 GMT
Group D : 5th T20 - New Zealand vs Bangladesh
Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy
Fri Sep 21

19:30 local | 14:00 GMT
Group A : 6th T20 - England vs Afghanistan
R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Sat Sep 22

15:30 local | 10:00 GMT
Group C : 7th T20 - Sri Lanka vs South Africa
Mahinda Rajapaksa International Stadium, Hambantota
Sat Sep 22

19:30 local | 14:00 GMT
Group B : 8th T20 - Australia vs West Indies
R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Sun Sep 23

15:30 local | 10:00 GMT
Group D : 9th T20 - New Zealand vs Pakistan
Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy
Sun Sep 23

19:30 local | 14:00 GMT
Group A : 10th T20 - England vs India
R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Mon Sep 24

19:30 local | 14:00 GMT
Group B : 11th T20 - West Indies vs Ireland
R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Tue Sep 25

19:30 local | 14:00 GMT
Group D : 12th T20 - Bangladesh vs Pakistan
Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy
Thu Sep 27

15:30 local | 10:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 1 : 13th T20 - TBC vs TBC (C1 v D2)
Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy
Thu Sep 27

19:30 local | 14:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 1 : 14th T20 - TBC vs TBC (A1 v B2)
Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy
Fri Sep 28

15:30 local | 10:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 2 : 15th T20 - TBC vs TBC (D1 v C2)
R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Fri Sep 28

19:30 local | 14:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 2 : 16th T20 - TBC vs TBC (B1 v A2)
R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Sat Sep 29

15:30 local | 10:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 1 : 17th T20 - TBC vs TBC (A1 v D2)
Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy
Sat Sep 29

19:30 local | 14:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 1 : 18th T20 - TBC vs TBC (C1 v B2)
Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy
Sun Sep 30

15:30 local | 10:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 2 : 19th T20 - TBC vs TBC (B1 v C2)
R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Sun Sep 30

19:30 local | 14:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 2 : 20th T20 - TBC vs TBC (D1 v A2)
R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Mon Oct 1

15:30 local | 10:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 1 : 21st T20 - TBC vs TBC (B2 v D2)
Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy
Mon Oct 1

19:30 local | 14:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 1 : 22nd T20 - TBC vs TBC (A1 v C1)
Pallekele Cricket Stadium, Kandy
Tue Oct 2

15:30 local | 10:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 2 : 23rd T20 - TBC vs TBC (B1 v D1)
R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Tue Oct 2

19:30 local | 14:00 GMT
Super Eights, Group 2 : 24th T20 - TBC vs TBC (A2 v C2)
R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Thu Oct 4

19:00 local | 13:30 GMT
1st Semi Final T20 - TBC vs TBC (SE Group-1 1 v SE Group-2 2)
R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Fri Oct 5

19:00 local | 13:30 GMT
2nd Semi Final T20 - TBC vs TBC (SE Group-2 1 v SE Group-1 2)
R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Sun Oct 7

19:00 local | 13:30 GMT
Final T20 - TBC vs TBC
R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo


http://www.cricschedule.com/tournament/2/t20-world-cup.html

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

නවතම සිංහල ගීත 2012 - 1 කොටස

New Sri Lankan Video Songs 2012 - PART 1


01. Muthu Warusawak Wehela - Clerence Wijewardena 

මුතු වරුසාවක් වැහැලා
නෙත අපගේ බැඳුන දිනේ
ඔබයි මමයි ජීවිතයේ
සුවයක් ලද ඒ සොඳුරු දිනේ





02. Kodukari - Ravi Arangalla

කෝඩුකාරී ~ රවී අරංගල්ල
ෆ්ලෑෂ්බෑක් නායක රොෂන් ප්‍රනන්දුගේ සංගීතයෙන් .....




03. Mage Heenaye - Udaya Sri Wickramasinghe

උදය ශ්‍රී - කලින් සෙන්ටිග්‍රේඩ්ස් ගායක ~

~ මගෙ හීනයෙ ලඟ ඉන්නට ඔබ තවමත් නැතිවාදෝ
සිත් මානයෙ දැවටෙන්නට මගෙ උනුහුම මදිවීදෝ ආදරේ මට නම්
 - ඇයි විරහ සරදම්
ජීවිතේ මට නම් - ඇයි ක
ඳුළු මෙතරම්



04. Nodakka Inna Ba - Ruwan Hettiarachchi 
නොදැක ඉන්න බෑ මට නම් මගෙ ආදරී

05. Just one Click - Iraj & Tony T (RIO) ft.Infaas, Markia & 
Indira Joshi   

Tuesday, August 21, 2012

We Must Protect ,Siri samanthabaddra Thero - Pitiduwe Siridhamma Thero

We Must Protect ,Siri samanthabaddra Thero 
(Pitiduwe Siridhamma Thero)

From the Facebook Comments ..

aththa athisatiyen nodana obawahansege surata nigraha karanna baha namuth antharjalaya haraha pitaunu pinthura swaminwahnse gana kalakirimak athi una me karanawala aththa athisatiyen lokayata penanna anna edata obawahanse haraha yana minisun pelagasei namuth e palagasima sathya awabodaya nisa pamanakma siddawewi

Answers :
eewata hamuduruwo pilithuru deela thiyenawaa.. meVideos 2 ma hondin balanna..
( Samanthabaddra Thero has given reply for all the questions and watch below 2 videos at all, without left any moment on the picture.)

                                                                PART 1

PART 2

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Sri Vishnu Dewala Festival - 2012 ගිනි පෑගීම - Tracing on Fire at Dondra Esala Maha Festival, Final Da

ගිනි පෑගීම - Tracing on Fire at Dondra Esala Maha Festival, Final Day 2012~

~ Video

Sri Vishnu Dewala Festival - 2012 

මෙහි මාතර, දෙවිනුවර 2012 ඇසළ මහා උත්සව මංගල්‍යයේ අවසන්දින 'ගිනි පෑගීමේ' දර්ශන් ඇතුලත්ව ඇත.එමෙන්ම පේළි පෙරහැර සහ අවසන් රන්දෝලි මහා පෙරහැරෙහි ඡායාරූපද මෙහි අඩංගුව ඇත. 
ඔබ සැමට ශ්‍රී විශ්ණු දෙවි පිහිටයි ! තෙරුවන් සරණයි !



The final day of Dondra Festival 2012 with 'Tracing On the Fire' ceremony. Watch the video . 








Wednesday, August 8, 2012

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* ජීවිතය සතුටින් ගෙවන්න පුංචි පුංචි ආරන්චි, 
පලමු අවස්ථාවට ඔබගේ ජංගම දුරකථනයට නොමිලේ.

ශ්‍රී ලංකාවතුල Dialog/ Mobitel/ Etiselat සඳහා පමණයි. මේ අවස්ථාව මගනොහරින්න.



TFGE1 > 100% Free news alerts for your mobile phone... for Sri Lanka and Around the world ....
This is the 1st time in the world , that you will receive 100% free news alerts in SMS's without any monthly rates.  in Sri Lanka tupe from your Dialog/Mobitel/ Etiselat phone like this.

F(space)TFGE1 ,and send to 40404

f tfge1  >>> 40404

* Home News
* World News and what is going in the world
* sports news and Live Scores 
* Science Information 
* Live Weather report
* Educational Information
* Job opportunity
* Tips for live happily in your life
and more on.. for your mobile.
Type from your mobile as SMS , and send for below numbers according to your living country.

F TFGE1

means, f(space)tfge1 and send to...


CountryMobile OperatorShortCodeSupporting:Notes
SMS MMS 
Satellite ProviderThuraya1888

Inmarsat898

Iridium40404






AfghanistanRoshan40404

Etisalat 40404

ArgentinaMovistar89338

Personal89338

Claro89338

Nextel89338
Nextel only supports sending updates to Twitter
ArubaDigicel176

AntiguaDigicel176

AnguillaDigicel176

AustraliaTelstra0198089488

AzerbaijanBakcell4040

BahrainVIVA88000
Zain98555 
BangladeshAirtel9594
Citycell9594

Belaruslife:)40404

BermudaDigicel176

BrasilTIM40404
Nextel40404

BhutanB-mobile40404

BoliviaEntel40404
Tigo40404

Viva40404

BonaireDigicel176

BotswanaMascom13123

Canada
21212
MMS supported for Bell Mobility, Rogers Communications, and Telus Mobility.
CambodiaCellcard40404

Smart Mobile40404
CameroonMTN8711

ColombiaTigo40404

Côte d'IvoireMTN4443

CuracaoDigicel176

Democratic Republic CongoTigo40404

Vodacom40404

Republic of CongoMTN Congo6060
DenmarkTelmore40404

EgyptVodafone4040

El SalvadorDigicel40404

Tigo40404

Movistar40404

FijiDigicel40404

Vodafone40404

GeorgiaBeeline40404

Geocell 40404

Magticom40404
GrenadaDigicel176

GuatemalaTigo40404

Movistar40404

Guinea ConakryMTN40404

GuyanaDigicel1443

HaitiDigicel40404

Voila40404

HondurasDigicel40404

IndiaBharti Airtel53000
Reliance53000

Videocon53000

TATA DOCOMO53000

IndonesiaAXIS89887

389887

Telkomsel89887

XL Axiata89887

Bakrie Telecom89887

TelkomFlexi89887

Indosat89887

IraqZain71117

Asiacell1432

KOREK9988 

IrelandVodafone51210

Meteor Mobile51210

Isle of ManManx89887

Sure (CWC)86444
ItalyWind4880804

Vodafone3424486444
TIM3399940424

JamaicaDigicel176

JordanZain90903
Umniah98788
KazakhstanBeeline4040
Kcell/Activ4040

KenyaSafaricom89888

Airtel 40404

KuwaitZain89887

VIVA89887
KoreaLG U+#1234

KosovoIpko Kosovo16161
KyrgyzstanMegacom4040

Beeline4040

LiberiaCellcom4040
MacedoniaVIP40404

ONE40404

MadagascarZain335640404

MalaysiaMaxis28933

Tune Talk28933

DiGi28933

Celcom28933

MaldivesWataniya4040
MexicoNextel6464
Telcel6464
only supports sending updates to Twitter
MontenegroTelenor14774
Moroccoinwi404

NauruDigicel40404

New ZealandVodafone8987

Telecom NZ8987

NicaraguaMovistar89887

NigeriaZain40404

MTN40404

Glo Mobile20644

Visafone40404
OmanNawras90914
Omantel91200
PakistanMobilink40404

Zong40404

Ufone40404

Telenor40404
Waridtel40404
Palestinian TerritoriesWataniya40404

Jawwal 37373

PanamaDigicel3010

Movistar89887

Papua New GuineaDigicel40404

ParaguayPersonal40404
Tigo40404

RomaniaVodafone89338

Cosmote89338

RussiaBeeline8080

MegaFon Moscow7070
RwandaMTN3434

Saudi ArabiaSTC840404

Zain710001

Mobily606040
SerbiaVip mobile40404

mt:s40404
Telenor40404

SeychellesAirtel9695

Cable & Wireless9695
Sri LankaDialog40404

Telecom Mobitel40404
Etisalat Lanka40404

St. LuciaDigicel176

St. VincentDigicel176

St. KittsDigicel176

SudanZain40404

Sweden371017

Tanzania
Tigo15508
TongaDigicel4040

TCC - UCALL1040
Trinidad and TobagoDigicel40404

TunisiaTunisiana871220

TurkeyKKTC Telsim2444

Vodafone2444

Turkcell2555

UgandaMTN179

UKOrange86444
Vodafone86444
O286444
386444

Sure (CWC)86444
Ukrainelife:)40404

United Arab Emiratesdu8080

UruguayAntel40404

US
40404 
MMS Support for AT&T, Verizon,
C Spire, US Cellular, MetroPCS
UzbekistanBeeline89338

Ucell 89338

VenezuelaMovistar89338

YemenMTN7070





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