Bulk SMS is simply text messaging on a large scale, using internet SMS gateways that allow you to choose your own sender name that will appear on the receivers’ phone.
It is cheaper and easier to use bulk SMS than trying to send many text messages using your mobile phone credit.
We have multiple payment options including online payments, and bank transfers. Please find our current price list on our pricing page here.
You may purchase a minimum of 200 units.
Yes, we deliver to all GSM networks in Nigeria which includes MTN, Glo, Airtel, Etisalat, and some CDMA networks including Starcomms, Visafone, and Multilinks.
Yes, you can send SMS abroad, but we prefer if you notify us of the country before you send such SMS.
No, each country has its own set of networks and these have different prices. You may find a detailed international unit cost listing on the coverage page.
You may recharge your account at anytime on any day. And you have at least four convenient, easy and, fast ways to choose from: ATM payment, online bank transfer, debit or credit card online payment, and bank deposit.
You can recharge your eBulkSMS account anytime, any day. Monday to Sunday 24 hours, 7 days a week.
It is very easy just follow these steps after clicking here.
No, your SMS units do not expire.
Flash SMS is a type of SMS that appears immediately on the screen of the receiver’s phone and does NOT need to be stored in the phone’s inbox.
It is mostly useful in emergency situations where you want the person who receives the SMS to read it just once and immediately. For example if there's a fire alert, or the need for confidentiality like one-time passwords (OTP), etc.
Yes! You can transfer your SMS credit to anyone. If the account is not registered we will send an invitation message to the person on your behalf.
No. Presently, there is no option to deduct credit from your phone line.
One page of SMS is equal to 160 characters of normal text. If your SMS goes beyond 160 characters, it becomes 2 pages. And subsequently 3 pages for more that 306 characters, and so on.
Yes you may. Our platform is mobile friendly and we have an Android app which you can find here.
You may send SMS to up to 50,000 (fifty thousand) numbers at once. But we advice that you break it into smaller batches in order not to flood the networks.
Yes, if your message is more than 160 characters it will be concatenated as a long SMS. Note that this feature to some degree depends on how the receiving phone responds to concatenated SMS.
You may use as many sender ID's as you wish. But ensure you do not use names of popular brands and institutions of which you are not the official representative. For example MTN, GTBank, etc.
The sender name can as long as 11 characters including any spaces. For example, the word BulkSMS is 7 characters long and would fit into the sender name space. But the word Congratulation is 14 characters long and would be cut off at Congratulat.
Yes , you are free to change your password at any time. To change your username we will need you to verify that you are the true owner of the new email address first.
Once you pay at the bank and we receive the notification we will credit your account. But you can also notify us of your payment by filling this form.
You will receive your credit immediately with online payments.
Absolutely, we have one of the best interfaces which allows you to download all your delivery reports and analyse them in any way you want.
Yes, we have a well built SMS scheduler system that sends your SMS automatically once the time you set is reached. Whether or not you switch off your phone or computer, your scheduled SMS will still be delivered.
DND is an abbreviation for "Do Not Disturb", which is a service that allows customers opt-out of receiving promotional messages from Third Party services (Bulk SMS, VAS promos, etc).
It is very possible that some of those numbers are active under the DND policy. Presently, we can deliver your messages to MTN DND numbers; however, Glo and Airtel numbers that are DND active are undeliverable.
By default bulk messages sent to MTN numbers is charged at 2 units because of the "Do Not Disturb" (DND) policy. There is an option to revert to 1 unit, but SMS to MTN DND numbers may not be delivered.