Sending long text messages gives you distinct advantages over the competition. With long texts, you can use Unicode symbols. These symbols alone may take up 70 characters, eating up a significant portion of your text. If the clarity of your message relies on these types of symbols, with Textedly, you have the character limit to use them.
A texting platform that expands the number of characters you can use simplifies communication, too. Typically, if you go over the standard 160 character limit, the texts separate into multiple messages. Those messages aren’t always delivered in the order written. The result is a jumbled, confusing mess. If the message is hard to read, it’s less likely to increase engagement.