SMS groups are a new and smart way of texting in groups. Perfect for planning or simply chatting.
Normal text cost. No extra payments. No subscription. Costs like one sms, regardless of the size of the group.
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You can send as many SMS as you like. Via the website, you may send ten text messages an hour per group.
The service does only allow same country groups for now..
We may have the wrong information on which carrier you have which may cause that messages do not arrive.
Enter your phone number and check which carrier you are registered with us.
If this does not match send us an email so we can update our records.
Go to the administration page of the group and remove the person. You can only do this if you are the creator of the group, and is logged in.
If you want to change your own name just send /name newname to the group. You can not change the name of another user, they must change it themselves.
No, members receive confirmation as soon as the group is active. It becomes active, when you send the first text message to the group.
Send cmd groups to 72120 you will then receive an sms with your groups, or you can log in and check the group page.
Send members to the group phone number, or you can log in and look at the groups page.
You can temporarily stop your texts from the group. Send /silent to the group phone number. If you send /silent again you will start receiving texts from the group once more.
Messages are sent only to the other members.
Log in to your account and add your new number to your groups and remove the old one, or ask a fellow group member (admin) to do this for you.
This is carrier specific. We are working on the possibility of having more groups per member.
No, only added members can send messages to the group.
No, different members have different numbers to the group, depending on, for example. the operator they have and if they are a member of several groups. It will not work to share your group number to another group member.
No, different members have different numbers to the group, depending on, for example. the operator they have and if they are a member of several groups. Therefore, no one else is affected by changing operator.