AT&T and Verizon customers are able to view their text messages online, but T-Mobile customers are not. According to AT&T, the AT&T Messages application must be installed in order to view text and picture messages from a computer.Know More
For Verizon customers to access their texts online, they must first log in to their Verizon Wireless account. From the Verizon menu, select "Text Messaging" and then click "Text status" to view a list of recent text messages. Customers may reply to a text by selecting the "Your Response" box.
The AT&T Messaging application is a cloud storage software for text and picture messages that may be accessed on any device.Learn more about Mobile
Boost Mobile does not offer an option to view text messages from an online phone account, as of 2014. However, there are still several options available for backing up texts online, including using the Boost Mobile mail service and installing a designated app to record text messages.Full Answer >
If the messages have been saved on a backup service such as iTunes or iCloud, the text messages may be retrieved at the cost of some data loss. Disable synchronization on the backup program, and download the data back onto the phone to retrieve the lost text messages for reading.Full Answer >
Yes, there are several methods of viewing text messages online. Some services offer text message forwarding to an email or messenger account, while others require logging in to an online cellular carrier account.Full Answer >
There are several free applications for Android devices to track text messages. The Phone Tracker app allows a user to monitor up to five devices, as long as he has access to them to install the app.Full Answer >