Finally, you can text enable your existing Landline number.
Here are the facts
Text messages everyday are sent from wireless subscribers to landline numbers.
Consumers prefer to be contaced by a business via texting over voicemail.
Consumer text messages are read. Only 10% of emails are even opened.
Our apps were built to improve consumer-to-business conversations leveraging the simplicity of texting. We provide businesses all they need to efficiently manage customer interactions from automated replies to custom keywords to multi-user login and support.
The power of Zipwhip’s web app
Our focus is to provide an easy-to-use turnkey solution to help your business engage new customers while building stronger relationships with existing clients one text at a time. Keeping it simple with the right tools is the first step.
You can set automated responses to incoming texts when you aren't able to personally reply. It’s like texting’s version of voicemail.
Customers send a unique word to your landline number and receive a corresponding message that you’ve composed for that specific word.
Simply compose your message, set the date you want it sent, and we make sure customers see your text at the appropriate time.
The first picture messaging service for landline numbers
Zipwhip Picture Messaging (MMS) allows landline numbers to send and receive images with wireless subscribers. As part of the business package, there are no additional charges for inbound or outbound MMS and all images are securely stored in our cloud-based web app.
The missing part of your customer service
Cloud Contact Management
Zipwhip’s web app allows businesses to import and access all their contacts and conversation histories from any Internet connected device.
Business customers can add multiple users to help manage incoming conversations on a single phone number. Every outbound message is tagged with the employee’s name to ensure accountability.
Multi-user accounts come with permission controls to designate admins from operators. Admins are empowered to manage features like keywords and auto reply, while operators are limited to message send and reply.