More snow forecast – keep everyone updated with SMS

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This December has already been one of the coldest in memory, and now meteorologists predict that more snow is on the way.
Once again many businesses and schools are appreciating the value of SMS software as a critical way of communicating. Here at Esendex, we’ve already seen a huge increase in SMS traffic, particularly emergency SMS messages. Once again travel updates, school closures and business opening hours are currently flying through our dedicated SMS software servers.
Our customers report that SMS is the best option for communicating emergency situations, as most contacts have immediate access to a mobile phone (those who don’t can receive a voice message to their landlines instead) and the vast majority of SMS messages are read straight away.
Predictions are that this next cold spell could last until January 9th. And the Met Office is forecasting that this winter’s cold snap could be even colder than the notorious winter of 1962.
So don’t get caught out this winter. If your business or school needs to urgently text emergency or business critical communications, we can offer you a simple Web SMS solution to get your message out straightaway.
Take a free trial today or call us on 0845 356 5758 and we can set you up with an account straight away.
If you are already a customer and have a PAYG account, login now and make your balance is sufficient to cover this period.
This December has already been one of the coldest in memory, and now meteorologists predict that more snow is on the way.
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Once again many businesses and schools are appreciating the value of SMS software as a critical way of communicating. Here at Esendex, we’ve already seen a huge increase in SMS traffic, particularly emergency SMS messages. Once again travel updates, school closures and business opening hours are currently flying through our dedicated SMS software servers.
Our customers report that SMS is the best option for communicating emergency situations, as most contacts have immediate access to a mobile phone (those who don’t can receive a voice message to their landlines instead) and the vast majority of SMS messages are read straight away.
Predictions are that this next cold spell could last until January 9th. And the Met Office is forecasting that this winter’s cold snap could be even colder than the notorious winter of 1962.
So don’t get caught out this winter. If your business or school needs to send out emergency or business critical communications, we can offer you a simple Web SMS solution to get your message out without delay.
Take a free trial today or call us on 0845 356 5758 and we can set you up with an account immediately.
If you are already a customer and have a PAYG account, make your balance is sufficient to cover this period.