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SMS's can only be sent through an iPhone, as it requires a carrier's plan and a phone number associated to it, which iPad's lacks of. As stated by Apple: Which Apple products support Messages using SMS and MMS? To use Messages with SMS and MMS, you need an iPhone.
No, not really. In iOS 7, the resend/forward button (Select a message, tap More…, bottom right, enter contact) is a lot more work. However, you can set up a shortcut in Settings > General > Keyboard which should make things much faster. In the screenshot I have qqq doing that so all you have to do is type q three times and hit send. If it doesn't have ...
Yes, you can see how much storage your Messages are taking up directly on your iOS device by going to: Settings > General > Usage No, you cannot mass delete from a specific period of time. If you are sending lots of images and videos, that 40% probably is your Messages database which includes pictures and videos.
In iOS 5 (and in iOS 6, I suspect), if you are willing to delete some messages, you can find the timestamp of ANY message if you delete the ones which precede it in the conversation "snippet", which i describe in somewhat more detail on http://kenamored.blogspot.com/2014/04/how-to-reveal-ios-5-imessages-timestamps.html
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