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Try this: Settings>Sound & Display>Remove the check mark beside Roaming Tone. Sorry if this doesn't work. I Goggled "Samsung Cell Phones How do I get my phone to stop saying Verizon Wireless every time my phone rings". If not, go to Samsung.com and ask if there is a way to remove the phone company identification.
Reset your phone to the default factory settings. If not remove the battery and reset. If this wont solve check the settings on the tones, if there is settings for ringing. If this wont work the ringer can be faulty. Might need to remove to check if this is a loose connection or a failure.
I had this happen recently. I was able to stop it by going into settings / applications / manage applications / running then selecting the Messaging Storage application and clearing data on that application. That stopped it but it starts again if you restart the OS. I think it may have someting to do with the data roaming alarm but I need to get back to a coverage area before I'll know.
If you have a sound settings option on your phone. You should be able to go to Ringer type. Which should list message, roam ringer & voice call. Select messages and then text message. My sounds, and then select no ring, and now you should have no sound when texting. Let me know if this helps