If you have friends or relatives in Germany, and you want to send them an SMS-message via the Internet, then you can do this using one of the services, via Skype or by contacting the website of a mobile operator.
Use Mail. RU Agent to send a free message to Germany. To do this, you must have a registered account. Find out which mobile operator serves the subscriber's phone, as it is possible that it is not supported. Dial the number in the international format: + (country code) (region or mobile operator code) (phone number). The code of Germany is 49. The text of the message should be entered in Latin letters.
Use the service of sending free messages. Go to the website https://www.worldsms.ru/3box.php. Check out the list of available operators. If among them there is an operator who serves your subscriber's phone number, go to the page https://sms.3box.de. Select the company name from the drop-down list, enter the recipient's number, enter your e-mail address. Enter the text in Latin letters (no more than 125 characters) and click "Send".
Refer to the site https://rusms.de, from which you can send messages from Russia to Germany. Without registration, you can send only one SMS per day, after registration - 6. In addition, the number of entered characters in the first case will also be limited - only 57, and in the second - already 197.
Download from the official website and install Skype on your computer. Find the contacts of your friends or relatives in Germany, if they also have accounts in this system. It will be a great success if they have already indicated their phone number when registering. However, you can always add it using the "SMS" tab in the "View" menu. However, if they don't have a Skype account, the message will be charged.
Go to the website of the German telecom operator. For example, if the number starts with +4916, then on t-mobile.de, if on +4917 - on o2online.de, etc. Use an online translator if you are at odds with the German language and find out on what conditions you can send a message to Germany over the Internet.