I prefer text messages but not for everything.
Right now Facebook offers what I believe is a "push" message, a text message sent to my phone.
I would like the ability to receive a text message for certain chosen topics - not the global setting but by answer and by individual hub.
Would you find this helpful?
If your phone company supports an email address for your phone number, then you could use that as your contact email or setup rules in your mail program to forward messages that meet criteria you establish. this second one is probably a better option as it gives you more control.
This page has a list of the email address scheme for most cell carriers.
In Gmail they call these rules filters.
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