According to JobVite, recruiters and employers are increasingly using text messaging to approach and interact with job applicants. Approximately 50% of recruiters say they use text messaging to communicate with applicants and request resumes.
Is your resume on your PHONE?
How to store it: Most smartphones have file storage where you can upload it to. You can email it to yourself and download to your storage.
Another Good Option: Put it into a cloud service such as Google Drive, DropBox, iCloud or any number of other services (usually free to use). Each has an app from which you can download or send a link of your resume from.
Best Format: I like PDF files – they are easiest and most universal. The program you use to create your resume (Word, Pages, Google Docs) has a built-in PDF exporter.