SMS Notification

Sending an SMS when a delivery is arriving or when your item is ready for pick up keeps customers in the loop and allows them to feel more at ease. For example, Uber sends riders text messages when their ride requests are accepted and when drivers have arrived, giving customers time to prepare and look out for their rides. The SMS also prompts customers to browse the app to see their driver’s current location, photo, car make and license plate. Aside from important contextual information, SMS APIS can be used to enable two-way communication between companies and their users in a comfortable and hassle free environment. By providing a communication channel that is familiar to users, companies can engage with their customers on their terms.

Companies like Google, Facebook, and Apple do this well by allowing users to choose to receive an automated text message containing a PIN verification code. Once customers receive the code, they can input it via another channel (such as a Web form or app) to confirm their identity.

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Advantages of Using SMS Notification System

1. Advantages

These days, business communication is a necessary tool. A small company of 100 employees spends an average of $500,000 yearly on communication. If a company wants to notify employees of a mandatory meeting they could spend hours contacting each person to inform them of the event. A solution is sms alerts. SMS stands for Short Message Service and allows businesses to send a message up to 320 characters to another device. Using an emergency alert system saves times and money.

2. Alert

  • The alert system allows scheduling of specific messages to be sent at specific times. This is a flexible, convenient way to send reminders out and not have to worry. Most text alert companies provide a phone number for sending out text messages which guarantees privacy. In addition, they offer discounts on chosen plans which ensures that businesses save money.

3. Text Message

With a simple mobile text message, staff is informed of network outages or other technical issues. Sports leagues and schools can also benefit from SMS alerts, by notifying parents of game cancellations, updates, and schedule changes.

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Be in Control. Keep in Contact.

PaylessSMS allows you to use SMS for sending confirmation, reminder, and follow-up notifications to your customers and users. SMS notifications are completely customizable and can include static as well as dynamic text. All SMS notifications are sent from our short code or your Sender ID that will deliver and confirm receipt of your messages quickly, no matter the length or where the receiver is located.

Worldwide reach

Your customers can be anywhere. We use a network that services 235 countries and territories, allowing you to send SMSes to any mobile number globally.

  • Many people use SMS as their primary communication channel. You can send any booking notification, including scheduling confirmations and reminders via SMS.
  • Our SMS throughput is 100 messages per second, ensuring your SMS will be timely and never get stuck in a queue. In addition, all SMSes sent through Schedule Once get a delivery receipt directly from the receiver’s carrier, which confirms with 100% certainty that your message arrived.
  • We provide complete visibility into all SMS activity in your account. The SMS log data allows you to see every SMS sent through your account so you can track who is sending SMS and confirm their delivery.

Need to fill a last-minute opening, or ensure that one doesn’t happen? Bulk SMS lets you send just one message to your entire staff. Or you can use it to set up automated reminders, so that your staff always know when and where they’re needed.

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There’s Power in Triggered Messages!

The average email open rate climbs gradually after sending for about 24 hours. The average SMS open rate spikes, with 70% of opens happening in the first 60 minutes.
This immediacy allows for triggered SMS messages. For example, if you have a regular customer over a period of time, and they stop coming into your store, you can send them a text with deals to get them to come back.
These messages can be triggered by any action (or inaction) by the customer, from not coming to visit your ecommerce shop to buying a particular product. These triggered messages are also great ways to ask for feedback from your customers
This may be the most important tip to follow if you want your SMS campaign to be successful. For one thing, remember that most carriers limit the length of a text message to 160 characters. Besides that, however, the faster you get to the meat of your message, the better.