With Red Oxygen—SMS is more than just an API
Sure, we have an API that you can integrate into your software, but we have so much more to offer.
How Can Our Telco-Grade Billing Engine Make YOU Money?
- The more customers you have sending SMS the more money you can make
- Red Oxygen can bill your customers for you as your brand
- Your customers can log into the admin portal showing your logo not ours
- Seamless set-up
- We can invoice on subscription basis or per message—so, depending on your customers, you can determine what might be more beneficial to you and your customers
- We will do the math for you when your customer prefers paying in a currency different than yours
- Can offer prepaid and monthly billing
- Multi-currency (AUD, USD, CAD, EUR, GBP)
- Allows for multi-layer administration rights (Technical, Billing and Administration)
- Partner private portal – with personalized partner pricing plans
- Partner-customer portal with individual billing access
Partner in the U.S.—Leave 10dlc to Us
10dlc are U.S. carrier regulations that effect all accounts sending messages in or out of the U.S. that are sending over a 10dlc (10 digit long code).
If your customers use local dedicated lines to send their messages or a pooled set of numbers that use a local area code the campaign/use-case has to be registered.
Learn more here.
Red Oxygen’s Partner Service Will Manage:
- Brand Registration and Vetting
- Campaign Registration
- Connect campaigns with 10dlc numbers for carriers
- Manage invoicing of fees
- Update or remove campaigns if not in use
- Knowledge of new or revised regulations.
The Impact of Partnering
with Red Oxygen
Here’s an example:
—Your SaaS subscriptions include $20/mo for unlimited SMS, with no way of knowing how many each customer sends.
—But let’s say, one customer sends 80 SMS a month ($.25 each), but another sends 1000 a month ($.02 each).
—Current provider costs $.08/SMS: $86.40
But you’re still only getting $40 for the two customers…losing $46.40
—Using Red Oxygen, you can have usage-based charges billed directly to your customer, allowing you to charge the customer a flat fee for each SMS, say $.10 each.
—At $.10/SMS for these two customers scenarios the total is $108.
—So even if your Red Oxygen fee was the highest posted on our site, $.05/SMS (which it wouldn’t be).
Red Oxygen’s fee= $54, but you’re still putting $54 in your pocket.
Why add SMS capabilities?
- Your customers want it
- Their customers want it
- No one answers the phone
- Everyone is within arm’s length from their phone
- Text have a 98% open rate within 3 mins
- Email…12% open rate within an hour…or maybe not at all