Online Text Messaging
Send, receive and manage your text messages via TextPort's simple-to-use web interface. Choose your own number and start sending texts in minutes. Free trial!
Broadcast to your entire customer base at once. Upload lists of numbers and messages and send multiple texts in a single operation.
Easily integrate text messaging into your business or mobile applications with TextPort's REST API.
Email to SMS Gateway
Turn an email into text messages using our Email-to-SMS gateway.
Virtual Mobile Numbers
Choose your own dedicated texting number. Send texts without exposing your own personal mobile number. Assign multiple numbers and create a business presence in multiple area codes.
Send messages for as little as 1.5 cents (compare to 4 cents for other services). Lease virtual numbers for $6 per month. Purchase as little as $1 in credit, then pay-as-you-go. Your credit will never expire.
The Advantage of Text Messaging
As the use of SMS marketing continues to grow, there are still businesses that do not engage their customers using SMS. Here are some compelling statistics that endorse the power of SMS marketing.
"91% of all U.S. citizens have their mobile device within reach 24/7"
Source: Morgan Stanley
"It takes 90 seconds for the average person to respond to a text message. It takes 90 minutes for the average person to respond to an email."
"76% report that they are more likely to read a message sooner if it's a SMS/text message than if it is an email."
TextPort's SMS Web Interface
Send, receive and manage your messages and virtual numbers using our web interface with familiar phone-like navigation. Get real-time message notifications. Optionally, have inbound messages forwarded to email or your mobile device.
Pay as you go. Only pay for what you need. No minimums. No recurring charges. No contracts.
Outbound Text Message
Inbound Text and MMS Message
Outbound MMS (Picture) Message
Virtual Number 1 Month Lease
- SMS Messages are comprised of segments.
- Each segment can contain up to 160 characters.
- A message with 160 characters or less creates one message segment.
- Between 161 and 320 characters = 2 message segments.
- 321 to 480 characters = 3 message segments, etc.