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SMS Reseller White-Label Megathread

Discussion in 'Mobile Marketing' started by digitaljey, Jul 6, 2012.

  1. digitaljey

    digitaljey Newbie

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    I see a lot of questions regarding SMS Reseller services. If you've done a bit of research, you've probably heard that some services are postured for a more particular application for a smaller cost, while others may cover the whole gamut at a steeper monthly fee.

    I thought it would be nice to organize this information with a dedicated thread since I often see related threads fall short thorough answers. I'm also open to echoing a few ideas off each other here and there since that's what BHW is all about, and as I did, I'm sure BHW cultivated many ideas that ultimately led to your current success. :D

    At any rate, here's the post format (feel free to add additional information).

    Service Name:
    Application:
    Rates:
    Cost Per Message:
    How it's Monetized:
    My Experience/Usage:

    I'll begin:

    Service Name: TXT180
    Application: Promotional Offers, though it's flexible.
    Rates:
    Your rate: $295/yr - $495/yr

    Cost to setup a customer:
    250 messages | $0.03 per message | $7.50 per month
    500 - 9,999 messages | $0.02 per message | $10.00 - $200.00 per month
    10,000 - 19,999 messages | $0.019 per message | $190.00 - $380.00 per month
    20,000 - 49,999 messages | $0.0175 per message | $350.00 - $875.00 per month
    50,000 - 99,999 messages | $0.016 per message | $800.00 - $1600.00 per month
    100,000+ messages | $0.015 per message | $1500.00+ per month
    Higher Volume Plans - Available Case-by-Case | Case-by-Case

    How it's
    Monetized: As opposed to some plans that allow you to upsell per message, TXT180 allows you to upsell bulk (500, 1500, etc). In addition, you can charge a set-up fee and upsell keywords.

    My Experience/Usage
    : I use it for my offline service with restaurants, clubs and bars. The white-label reseller allows the customer to have a control panel they can access from a generic URL with no trace of TXT180.
     
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  2. NSlinux.com

    NSlinux.com Newbie

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    this services it's direct or un direct ???
     
  3. hits79

    hits79 Regular Member

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    do you train your client on how to use the services? Or do you handle the campaigns of each client?