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Topic # 57409 12-Feb-2010 12:35
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Anyone give me the name of a company that offers SMS txting services (and I have no idea what they refer to it as) that lets a customer txt xxxx and gets an automated response back ?

ie: Txt 1234 for information on product XYZ

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  Reply # 298321 12-Feb-2010 12:38

Run the Red would be one such outfit... specialise in things like that.

www.runthered.co.nz

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  Reply # 298326 12-Feb-2010 12:54
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Cheers Paul :)




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  Reply # 298335 12-Feb-2010 13:09
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Also Lateral Profiles, Catalyst, Fronde, Sonic, Hyperfactory, Bulletin, Datacom to name a few more.




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  Reply # 298343 12-Feb-2010 13:22
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Here's Bulletin's mquery service
- http://www.bulletin.net/product-campaigner.html




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  Reply # 298348 12-Feb-2010 13:27
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Cheers guys, found a couple of others as well :)
Now to go through and work out whos best for us... (sigh)




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Reply # 298861 14-Feb-2010 15:10
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PaulBrislen: Run the Red would be one such outfit... specialise in things like that.

www.runthered.co.nz


Avoid like the plague.

Some months ago I tried to setup such a service for clients of ours, when I called I was told no-one in Auckland could help, so call Wellington.  I call Wellington, then get told to ring a mobile to speak to their sales manager who didn't even answer.  My multiple emails to them also went unanswered.

Don't know why they make it so damn hard to get hold of them!

Ended up going with Sonic Mobile were more than helpful (even gave me a free demo account to play with).

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