|Yes. However, some Services/Online platforms ONLY support SMS to Wireless Numbers(ATT Wireless, Verizon Wireless, T-Mobile etc...). Because we are not a Wireless Provider, our Numbers will appear as Non-Wireless.|
The same applies when these platforms send messages from Regular 10-digit Phone Numbers. Sending side has to permit the use of Non-Wireless Numbers.
Here is a list of Companies/Services that support the use of Non-Wireless Numbers:
- Amazon, Bank of America, Binance US, Booksy, Bumble, Chase, Chargeasap, Cash App, Coinbase, Ebay, Everbridge, Facebook, Gemini, Google, Kohls, Lyft, Nixle, Paychex, PayPal, Porkbun, Seamless, Signal(msg. app), Sodastream, Uber
Here is a list of Companies/Services that DO NOT support the use of Non-Wireless Numbers:
- PayPal Credit, Twitter, Uber Eats, Wells Fargo, Yahoo
The above is not a complete list. It is derived from User feedback. Note: The Platforms can change their Support for Non-Wireless Numbers at any time.