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Multipart Messages

A Multipart Message refers to a single SMS message (longer than 160 characters) being broken into as many multiple 160-character SMS messages as needed to facilitate the sending of longer messages.


How Bandwidth is Involved with Multipart Messages

Since SMS messages are usually sent as 160-characters per message, Bandwidth offers multipart messages to allow longer messages that surpass the range of 160-characters to be sent. The recipient will still get a single message (subject to underlying carrier’s capabilities) and the multiple parts are arranged in the right order.


What Are the Benefits of Bandwidth’s Multipart Messages

There are times when 160 characters just aren’t enough. This is where Bandwidth steps in to make sure the message still gets across. By breaking up long messages that can’t go through in one piece, multipart messaging allows everything to come back together for the intended recipient. Multipart messaging is just one feature of Bandwidth’s extensive communication services offering.

Since Bandwidth owns and operates one of the largest All-IP Voice Networks in the nation, our customers enjoy reliable communication solutions, scalability, and cost savings. Bandwidth is committed to providing effective communication solutions for your business, no matter the size. Whether you are start-up or an enterprise giant, Bandwidth is built to scale with you. Since we own and operate the network, your business doesn’t need to worry about dealing with a middleman which means more money in your pocket. Bandwidth has mastered communication software so that you can better communicate what matters most.



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“Bandwidth” refers to Bandwidth Inc. and/or CLEC, LLC.