Create, test, and send SMS campaigns.
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Set up SMS on your accountYou can self-serve and set up SMS on your account without having to send in an order form and wait for it to be processed.
Upgrade your SMS free trialOnce you’ve reached the end of your SMS trial, you need to upgrade to start using SMS in a real, live environment.
Using an SMS from nameHow to change the default, create, edit, or delete one.
Understand SMS pay-as-you-go and spend limitSMS pay-as-you-go, how to use the rate card, and where to find your spend limit and set spend alerts.
Use the premium messaging walletSend premium SMS and WhatsApp messages with greater convenience.
Use your own branded short URL in SMSA branded, short-URL not only looks professional but helps to reinforce your brand.
Unsubscribe and resubscribe to SMS campaignsContacts can opt-out of or opt back in to your SMS campaigns.
Set country rules for your SMS opt-out messagesSet up specific auto-replies for unsubscribe-related SMS messages received from customers in the USA and France.
Spread an SMS campaign sendSpread your SMS campaign sends over a set time of 1 to 24 hours, to make sure your contacts don't all receive the message at the same time.
Cancel or modify scheduled SMS sendsMake changes to SMS campaigns up to the scheduled send time.
Send a single SMS messageFor occasions where you need to communicate something to an individual contact, rather than sending out a message to a larger group.
Send an SMS using emailYou can use your email client to send an SMS message. This is a useful, quick way to send short single send messages to your contacts.
Duplicate SMS MessagesSeveral reasons can cause a handset to receive duplicate messages.
Sender IDs and OriginatorsEnsure that you're using valid Sender IDs and Originators for your SMS sends.
Possible reasons for a delay in message deliveryThere are a number of reasons why delivery of an SMS message might be delayed.