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Text Messages Adjusted for Carriers
Even with native texting implementations, carriers like AT&T Mobility and T-Mobile make are very sensitive to links at certain positions in the text message. They simply don’t render links to be clicked on or when a link is at the beginning, an image is shown, so that it doesn’t look like it belongs to the message, or a link at the end is prone to be corrupted by losing characters.
Worry not, we have done our research and created a robust way of texting. Please see the image below for the possible messages Autovitals software send out and the wording we have chosen to guarantee a properly delivered message.
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