said by obeythelaw:
Is what you trying to do is send a text mesage and then have it read aloud to the landline listener? I never knew you can do that, even for a fee. However, you can, for free, send a Voicemail to a landline phone without actually ringing the number. That way you don't have to talk to the other person on the other end.
Actually that's how text to landline works--the text message is read as a "voice" message (most providers/carriers seem to offer that for a small messaging fee today). I think that is being asked about is how could this be done when another cell phone is used--basically sending a text message to a cell phone and instead of having it come in as a text message have it come in as a voice call, or perhaps a voicemail, where the text message is read out loud (by a computer) essentially.