The free SMS service will be available to users starting April 9.
The service, which launched in July 2016, will provide free messaging, texts, calls, photos and music to people who use a prepaid carrier, but it does not include data.
Users can add other apps and services, including free games.
Apple has a free smse service available for iOS and macOS, but not Android.
Users can access the service for free by downloading it, then logging in to their Apple account and selecting the “Messages” section.
They will be prompted to enter their account number and email address.
Users then select “Send a free message” to receive a free SMS message that they can then send to others on the service.
Free SMS will also be available for customers who sign up for Apple’s Messages app, which includes apps for iMessage, Apple Pay, Apple Watch, iMessage and other services.
Apple is not the only one offering free SMS.
Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile and other carriers are offering free texting and data for customers.