Be careful who your sending SMS from. Constantly locking account, no notice!
Great service but the lack of information is annoying. We are running a Facebook Campaign, which grabs users mobile numbers. We send an SMS from "Facebook" as we do from "LinkedIn" confirming we received a customers application and our account is locked. No e-mail, no warning, and there is no list of names of what you can and cannot use.
To rectify, we have to call again for the second time. Absolutely pathetic!
We've been using SMS Broadcast for two years now. They have been reliable and better value than our previous SMS provider.
Recently while attempting something tricky, I had to contact support a couple of times. Both times I got responses from "Scott" that were quick and very helpful. I wish more companies had support staff like that.
Meets my needs of getting timely market notifications to me.
My service provider sends me a email but my iPhone is drowning in emails and these need to standout. So SMS broadcast solves the problem.
No option to fwd original email to another email address so I can read attachment.
I find it really creepy how they follow you on other websites using pop up ads to keep thanking you for using SMS Broadcast... Seriously, I'm already a customer. It's weird and you could be spending that money on trying to attract new customers. It freaks me out and I'm actually MORE inclined to leave, knowing you're tracking my movements around the internet.
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Questions & Answers
I have been a member for about 12 years. I was at another house and wanted to recommend you to a friend. Googled sms broadcast and you came up ok, but so did another service. Direct sms. The google result was "broadcast sms" direct sms. I knew the diff, but a lot may not. Is this ok? Rob
assuming your product has a local addressbook. could this addressbook be sync with exchange online? or if it takes in csv via some sort of sftp or ftps? to keep the addressbook up to date.. or any API that can modify the local addressbook?
can I also send photo's to mobil phones with the sms
Sorry not able to answer that question! Not something I'd thought of, but since it's possible via any other 'etheric / electronic means I couldn't see why not.
Customer support were very helpful and prompt with a query of my own re reminder msg to self came an hour early. I now know I need to adjust for non-Daylight Saving Time.
Lee G.SMS Broadcast
SMS messages can only send plain text, not images. To send an image, you would need to use an MMS service, but these are much more expensive.
I hope this helps!
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