Enterprise SMS Marketing & Voice Broadcasting Services

Sending high-volume messages has never been this easy.

Thinking about your own sms short code for your text marketing campaigns? We make it easy and as simple as possible to get your company using it's own customer short code.

Let us help you provision your very own, dedicated sms marketing shortcode. Just give us a call at 888-493-6020 or email us here with your questions or to help answer your questions.

Looking to acquire a short code? Call Loop's team can help you navigate the wild world of text message short code and acquire a vanity or regular short code for you and your company. Once you've acquired your short code we can plug it right into Call Loop so you can enjoy it's features with your own unique short code.

What is a Short Code

A short code is a short phone number, usually 5 or 6 digits, that can send and receive text messages messages, allowing people to interact with your text marketing campaigns. For example, Call Loop's short code is 38470.

What is a vanity short code?

A vanity short code is a number that you get to choose what it is. Typically, it's a brand focused number that's easy to remember and identify. Salesmsg offers the short code 79000 which is easy and memorable.

How long does it take to get a custom short code?

The first part of the process is to register your short code with the carriers. The second phase is to provision your short code across all tier-1, tier-2, and tier-3 carriers. The process typically takes around 8-12 weeks to fully provision your short code across all carriers.

What carriers are supported on Call Loop short codes?

Major carriers: AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and T-Mobile USA.

Minor carriers: Aio Wireless, Alaska Communications Systems (ACS), Appalachian Wireless (EKN), Bluegrass Cellular, Boost Mobile, Carolina West Wireless, CellCom, Cellular One of East Central IL (ECIT), Cellular One of Northeast Arizona, Cellular One of Northeast Pennsylvania, Chariton Valley Cellular, Cricket, Coral Wireless (Mobi PCS), Cross, C-Spire (CellSouth), Duet IP (Maximum Communications New Core Wireless), Element Mobile (Flat Wireless), Epic Touch (Elkhart Telephone), GCI, Golden State, Google Voice, Hawkeye (Chat Mobility), Hawkeye (NW Missouri), Illinois Valley Cellular, Inland Cellular, iWireless (Iowa Wireless), Keystone Wireless (Immix Wireless/PC Man), Metro PCS, Mosaic (Consolidated or CTC Telecom), MTA Communications, MTPCS (Cellular One Nation), Nex-Tech Wireless, Panhandle Communications, Peoples Wireless, Pine Cellular, Pioneer, RINA, Sagebrush Cellular (Nemont), SI Wireless/Mobile Nation, Simmetry (TMP Corporation), SouthernLinc, SRT Wireless, Thumb Cellular, Union Wireless, United Wireless, U.S. Cellular, Viaero Wireless, Virgin Mobile, and West Central (WCC or 5 Star Wireless).

MMS-enabled US short codes are able to deliver MMS messages to the following mobile phone carriers: AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and T-Mobile.

How much does it cost to buy/lease a short code?

Lease periods are 3 months long and total costs are $3,450 per 3 months for dedicated short codes and $4,800 per 3 months for vanity short codes.

Can Call Loop handle the short code provisioning for me?

Yes. We do everything for you. We'll simply ask your a series of questions to kick the process off, reserve your short code with the Common short code Administration and provision it will over 60 carriers across the country.