Send bulk messages: Use a CSV or Excel file that contains numbers to send bulk messages.
Sending bulk MMS: Sending MMS is also supported. You can send plain text messages as MMS or attach image files to messages. It also provides an API so you can programmatically send MMS messages. This feature depends on the availability of MMS in your country and the support of your network operator.
To receive it, the recipient must be able to receive MMS. If you can send MMS normally, then everything should work. This feature should not be confused with RCS or any other messaging features provided by the device manufacturer (e.g., Samsung message, Mi message, etc.). It’s a good idea to try a demo from here to check for MMS compatibility.
Runs in the background: You don’t need to keep an Android app open on your device for it to work. This makes it easier to use with your regular device. To do this, you do not need a special device.
API: Send SMS from your application developed using any programming language.
Receive SMS messages in the admin panel: The ability to receive SMS messages in the admin panel and respond to them using WebHook. You can also activate the ability to receive SMS messages directly to your email.
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