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johnlauer
johnlauer
2/19/2016 | 6:49:23 PM
Re: 90's calling
Hi Sowen557, I wouldn't be too quick to say 90's calling. There's a revolution happening in business messaging. This is not about the phone or a piece of copper running through the dirt. Businesses need a modern messaging medium in their arsenal. Email and voice calls don't cut it anymore.

Facebook is aggressively trying to own the business messaging market through FB Messenger. Twitter is trying to own it too with their recent DM to business option. What's happening instead is businesses are picking the open ecosystem of texting, rather than a closed walled-garden ecosystem like FB or Twitter.

This is about short format, high priority communication. Not about old-school telecom. SMS is as important as water and air now.
sowen557
sowen557
2/18/2016 | 9:49:39 AM
90's calling
They want their SMS services back.
Executiv41865
Executiv41865
2/17/2016 | 8:03:58 PM
API also available
The API solution provides comprehensive functionality to customers who wish to tailor a texting solution specific to their business needs. The API can be used in conjunction with your existing web or mobile apps, giving you the ability to add custom features and avoid the need to maintain standalone apps.

https://developer.att.com/landline-texting 


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