All our plans offer access to the SendHub Online Messaging inbox, inbound MMS, group texting, analytics, bulk actions, voice, and more. A dedicated text enabled phone number is included with every account. Get one month FREE when you sign up for an annual plan at www.SendHub.com/Annual-Pricing
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for 14 days
Flexibility to expand as your business grows
SMS Business messaging
Send bulk SMS with higher limits
Custom pricing with short code and API
Please note, SendHub only works in the US and Canada
*Voice minutes over the allotted plan will be charged at $0.025 per minute.
Each account comes with one dedicated text enabled phone number in an area code of your choice. You can add additional lines at anytime.
**Access to short code must be approved by SendHub before it can be used.
SendHub reserves the right to restrict messages, minutes and groups based on the fair usage clause in our Terms of Service.
After selecting your plan you can be sending messages in minutes. There’s no hardware to install or configure, everything you need is included in your SendHub account.
SendHub is an online messaging solution that uses the computers and phones you already have. No additional hardware to purchase or lease is required.
No problem, if you need a plan with more than 10,000 messages, sales specialist will work to meet your requirements and offer a custom solution.
SendHub has a limit on how many people (recipients) you can send any single message to. Example: Send one message to 500 people. If you need to send messages to a large number of people at a time, you’ll want to select a plan that fits your needs best.
Yes, you can cancel your plan at anytime. While logged in, click the cog wheel on the right and select "My Settings" where you can click the "Delete Account" button. Once done, our support team will verify your deletion by emailing the address on your SendHub account before purging your data.
If you're not ready to pick a plan yet, and you'd rather just test out the SendHub platform, we offer a basic free trial plan. The 14 day free trial gives you access to nearly all of SendHub's features, with use of our web and mobile apps, and just enough messages to test out the inbound and outbound functionality. Each trial requires a valid email address and credit card, which won't be charged unless you choose to upgrade to a paid plan.
Yes. If you’d like to build a solution powered by SendHub’s powerful messaging we offer a complete easy to use API. Learn more.
All carriers break up long SMS messages into either 160 or 70 character segments and bill for each segment. The default length of a segment is 160 characters, however if your message has any special characters or emojis (aka non-GSM characters), this forces the carriers to use a different encoding which will reduce the segment size to 70 characters. There are certain characters that can require 2 character spaces to encode them.
Note: Please keep in mind that the “Company Usage” graph and the downloadable usage data does not show segmenting. To view your full billing cycle segment count, visit "My Settings".
SendHub's SMS Calculator will now help you see how many segments your message will be as you type it into the Sendhub platform. The SMS calculator is not yet available on our mobile apps. Read more.
Shortcodes are 5 or 6 digit phone numbers used for high-volume text messaging. Unlike traditional long 10-digit phone numbers–which are rate-limited to about 10 messages per minute, short codes allow you to send a large number of text messages in a very short period of time. They are useful for any company looking to send a high volume of texts, or anyone looking to send messages to large groups (over 500). If you are looking for shortcode, please contact a sales representative.
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