Texttank.co.uk: 3.9p Text Messaging for Business
www.TextTank.co.uk has been launched by CardBoardFish, specialists in SMS messaging since 2000, to establish the lowest cost and easiest to use text messaging service for British businesses.
Created out of over 9 years experience in providing SMS text‐messaging services, TextTank.co.uk empowers businesses to reap the benefits and savings of SMS communication, an essential weapon in the arsenal of any organisation in defying the current economic downturn. Key points:
• 3.9p to text the UK;
• Receive incoming messages for free;
• Create an account in seconds;
• No setup costs, no recurring fees, no software to install;
• Pay for and send text messages immediately;
• Ideal for marketing, promotions, and regular communications.
At 3.9p per text message, TextTank.co.uk is the cheapest flat-rate service available. Delivery reports, custom sender IDs, replies, and incoming SMS are all included as standard. With a minimum purchase of £15, and no recurring fees or lengthy commitment, the barriers to using SMS messaging have been demolished. TextTank.co.uk can even be used to send text messages abroad, covering over 700 networks in more than 200 countries, for the low International price of 5p.
Securely manage number lists or individual contacts online, import data from Excel or CSV files, or just type out the numbers you wish to send to at the time you send your message.
Tailor every message uniquely to its recipient with the Mail Merge tool, allowing up to 6 custom values; perfect for addressing your recipients by name and including discount codes and other information. Choose exactly when your messages arrive, whether immediately, manually as desired, or automatically at a future date and time.
TextTank.co.uk's clean and simple online web interface needs nothing more than a web browser on an Internet-connected computer. Any business, from chip shop or pub to supermarket or bank, can be texting its staff and customers in minutes with TextTank.co.uk
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