Email to text
Did you know that your Fido has a mobile email address? It’s your 10 digit Fido number @fido.ca (for example firstname.lastname@example.org). Fido Email to text service allows you to receive email sent to this address right on your Fido. You can read, reply, forward your e-mail and even block senders from sending you unwanted messages and spam.
- Your phone's e-mail address is your 10 digit Fido number followed by @fido.ca (for example email@example.com).
- When an e-mail is sent to your @fido.ca address, you will receive a 'Message Alert' in your Fido inbox.
- Simply reply “Read” to the Message alert* if you want to receive the message or “Block” to block the sender from sending you future messages and avoid spam.
Direct Delivery Option
The Direct Delivery Option allows you to receive the first 160 characters of each message automatically. Message Alerts will no longer be sent to you when you subscribe to this optional feature. All other features will remain the same.
Regular text message charges will apply when you reply to a Message Alert at either $.20 per message or as per your text messaging plan.
A monthly fee of $5 applies when you subscribe to the Email to text Direct Delivery Option.
- Spam control blocks unwanted e-mail messages
- Receive messages greater than 160 characters
- Create your own e-mail address (i.e. firstname.lastname@example.org). But hurry - availability is on a first come, first serve basis
- Enjoy faster delivery
Plus, we've created a complete list of ways to help you manage your E-mail to text service.
Learn more about Email to text and how to use it in our Get Support section.
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*Spam Control: The E-mail to text service uses a sophisticated anti-spam engine to help insure that subscribers do not receive unsolicited e-mail messages. A network component will block messages which contain specific criteria, unique to spam messages. As well, subscribers may also choose to personalize the behaviour of their service by populating their "allow" and "deny" lists (see above). e-mail originating from addresses in the "deny" list will never reach the phone. E-mail originating from addresses in the "allow" list will always reach the phone, whether the service believes the messages to be spam or not.