Using multiple Long Codes (aka DIDs) to send your SMS Campaigns

In our previous post “Short Codes or Long Codes? Benefits and Drawbacks for your SMS Campaigns” we discussed the main differences between using long codes and short codes. One of the most important of those differences is the throughput: long codes are slower because carriers usually impose a 1-SMS per second limit. Today we are …

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Short Codes or Long Codes? Benefits and Drawbacks for your SMS Campaigns

Choosing the right tool for the job is always a good idea and the time you invest in evaluating benefits, risks, and limitations of each one of those tools always pays off in the end. In this post we’re going to take a look at two different ways of sending your Transactional and Promotional SMS: …

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Automatic detection of STOP words in DIDs (aka long codes)

If you are using DIDs (also called long codes) to send news related to your products and/or services (and some of your users want to “opt out” of your messages), there is now a way to blacklist them automatically and save you some time in the process. Note that the preferred way of letting your …

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New system notifications available for your application

Hello dear users! Today we are announcing an extension to our notification system: from now on, you will be able to receive new notifications when something interesting happens in your account, besides delivery status and inbound messages notifications. These new notifications have to do with charges done (or credits applied) to your account, but also …

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Receive notifications with Amazon SNS

We’re happy to announce a new feature now available for all our users: SNS notifications. We had a lot of requests for this one because every day more and more applications are now cloud-based, and of course Amazon AWS is one of the most popular cloud services out there. Up to now the only way …

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