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Sadly it’s not feasible to send an SMS from a name as text messages and phone calls always come up from a cell phone number. There are 2 types of phone numbers: a short code and a usual 10 digit number like the one you have on your phone that is a special number like ours, of 5 to 6 digit. For a message to appear from a name, that must be stored on the address book of your phone. If you would have noticed that when you get a call or a text message from the person who is not in your phones address book it shows up from their 10 dig8it number and a name as it is not stored on your address book, the same is applied to a short code.
No. as the text messaging is a technology of store and forward, dependent on their networks and careers, it is not possible to assure the delivery of a text message.
Text messages are a inexpensive, effective and a brief means of communication. Many people take their cell phones with them wherever they go, so text messages can reach people, unlike emails, when they are away from their desks.
Almost every phone that has been purchased in the last 10 years, have the capability of receiving and sending messages.
Short message service is the abbreviation of SMS, and it is similar with the TXT, Text, and text message etc. An SMS (text message) is a short message that can be sent to and from a cellular phone.
The express delivery messages are sent through our code that is directly connected to the major cell phone careers. Express delivery reliability and speed is similar to sending text messages from one phone to another. Express messages have a limit of 160 characters per text in USA and 130 characters per text in Canada.
Usually messages are sent through the internet using SMTP email to text technology and are not getting support from careers. Deliver capability prices are consistent for the most part, but can be random as messages can be trapped in SPAM filters. We offer this technique as a legacy service for those consumers who need to reach smaller careers. As the career doesn’t support this delivery technique, we cannot provide support for standard messages.
Yes, unlike most of our opponents, we do not charge you with anything to forward your incoming text messages to your email address.
There are different text message packages that every career offers.
No, we do not charge anything for the incoming text messages.
Text messages are generally delivered to cell phones in a few seconds to a few minutes. During the peak hours, there can be a short delay. Please note that extra delays might arise if receipt’s cell phone is turned off or out of coverage area. When this occurs a career will attempt to deliver your message for up to 72 hours.
A standard text messages has a limit of 160 characters means punctuations, symbols, spaces, numbers and letters. Our system permits 160 characters for express delivery messages and 130 characteristics for standard delivery messages.
A keyword is said to be a unique term (numbers or letters) which people could utilize to communicate with you through a short code.
Yes, every time our system sends a text message on your behalf, as we are charged every time we surpass your message through our SMS gateway.
Firstly, please ascertain that the recipient has text messaging enabled at her/his career. If your recipient utilizes a pre paid network plan, his or her balance might be to low (assuming he or she pays for incoming text messages). Other reasons that a recipient might not receive a text message may consist of (but are unlimited to): out of network, a number typed incorrectly and a memory full.
As far as the keyword you need is available, you could register it through your account panel. You could use any combination of numbers and letters.
A short code is of 5 to 6 digit, to which text messages can be sent from a cell phone. Wireless subscribers send text messages to short codes to operate a wide variety of mobile content. General short codes are easy to memorize and they are compatible across all contributing careers.
You yourself own the data. We won’t be contacting your lists, nor will we do anything else with your data without your consent.