London, United Kingdom, December 21, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- With RoutoMessaging’s MMS Gateway, any business can now harness the rich content of MMS in any campaign across more than 700 operator networks in over 200 countries.
Although MMS provides a much more compelling user experience than SMS with its video, picture and audio capabilities, up until now business take-up of the service has been limited. Using MMS for mass-communication campaigns has proved to be both expensive and complicated with the end result that SMS is still far more widely used.
Matthew Chung, CEO of RoutoMessaging, said: "MMS used well is a very powerful business tool. For example, I receive alerts from my local cinema that include video clips of the latest releases, which immediately grabs my attention and is so much effective than a simple text message. However, most businesses have struggled with MMS, which is why we have created our MMS Gateway. It is so simple to use even someone with no technical knowledge can be sending MMS within minutes. All you need to do is log-on to RoutoMessaging, either through the command centre at www.RoutoMessaging.com or through the application interface that can be downloaded to your own system. Once logged-on upload the numbers you want to send the MMS to and that is it.”
In the unlikely event a business encounters a problem, RoutoMessaging has a 24 hours a day, seven days a week support desk to help customers with any queries or problems they may have.
Matthew Chung continued: "As we have already negotiated rates and connection fees with operators, businesses will find it is much more cost effective to send MMS via our Gateway than to do it directly."
It is free to register with RoutoMessaging at www.RoutoMessaging.com or through the application interface that can be downloaded to your own system. Once logged-on upload the numbers you want to send the MMS to and that is it." https://www.routomessaging.com
. Any business that does will receive free credit and free messages to test the services provided by RoutoMessaging.