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Save 50% on SMS

Only pay half price for your first 6 months of text messages!
Hurry, offer ends 30th June 2019.
Start sending texts to your contacts now with SMS4Act!.


SMS is a popular way for businesses to keep in touch with their contacts as its very effective and affordable.


Make the most of a 98% open rate by using SMS4Act! to easily send SMS to your contacts. Best of all, the SMS4Act! AddOn is free…all you need is an SMS account with MessageMedia, the leading SMS provider for businesses worldwide.


For a limited time, MessageMedia are offering 50% off your first 6 months of text messages. Plus, they'll waive the $50 set up fee. Don’t miss out on reaping the benefits of using SMS – offer ends 30th June 2019.

Get started with a trial and send your first 50 messages for free...


1. Click here to request your trial SMS Account details.

2. Download and install SMS4Act!*.

3. Open Act!, go to the Tools menu and select SMS4Act!>Preferences

4. Under 'SMS Account Settings', enter your account details and click 'Check My Account'. 

5. Click the 'Activate' button and you're ready to start sending texts!


Like SMS4Act!? If you like being able to send texts directly from Act!, complete your account setup with MessageMedia before 30th June 2019 to activate your full account and save 50% off your bills for the next 6 months!

There is no lock-in contract - you can cancel or change your plan from month to month as needed!


Send text message with SMS4Act!

*Although SMS4Act! is easy to install and configure, we do recommend following the steps in the SMS4Act! User Guide to ensure a seamless installation. Your trial account gives you 50 free text messages.

How to use SMS4Act!

From your contact or lookup, select Send SMS, type in your message and click Send. It's too easy!


*Terms and Conditions

No setup fee is charge for account setup. There is no obligation to continue service after the first month of use.The offer cannot be combined with any other offers. One account per customer. Offer ends on 30th June 2019.

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