Send bulk texts out in a single hit & get your message out fast
Did you know that 96% of messages are opened and read compared to only 22% of emails?
More and more businesses are realising the benefits bulk text can bring to them in driving more effective communication with their customers and staff alike.
How can Bulk Text help your business?
Generate new sales
Improve customer service
Increase staff effectiveness
Communicate in a crisis
Reduce operating costs.
What can you do with Bulk Text from Vodafone?
With our secure online tool, it's easy. There's no software or hardware to install, just sign in through your computer or mobile device and:
Send up to 100,000 messages in a single campaign
Upload your phone numbers directly from your desktop
Send messages immediately or schedule them to go on a specific day and time
Personalise your message by choosing your own sender ID
See live replies to your messages
Get full delivery reports for each campaign and export them to Excel or CSV
Send long messages with up to 469 characters in one message
Low costs, no ongoing bills
There are now two payment options:
Prepay for what you need using your credit or laser card. Each text to Ireland costs just .05c. Minimum purchase is 500 texts (€30 ex VAT).
If you are a heavy user of Bulk Text, the larger Bundle Options may be for you. Minimum purchase is 5000 texts (€225 ex VAT) and are payable via your Vodafone bill. Please talk to your Account Manager or contact us for further information. International sending costs 0.07c per message.
Extensible open API
The API (Application Programming Interface) is another method of sending text messages from customer databases or CRM Systems which provides greater flexibility for the end user. This Bulk Text API product provides an interface between your existing systems and Vodafone’s messaging gateway.
Please note, in order to avail of the API you must be an existing Vodafone mobile customer.
Start testing today for free
Take a free trial today and we'll give you 25 free texts to get you started.