Text Hi Announces Text Greetings Cards
Text Hi offers several kinds of greetings cards. These greetings cards can be for any special occasion. The special occasions include birthday for a boy or girl, the birth of a new baby, and holidays, such as Valentine’s Day. For each of these occasions a customer may send greetings cards to another in the way of a text card.
The text greetings cards are not simply text messages to another person. Instead, this innovative service sends greetings cards in the form of pictures. Therefore, all pictures found on greetings cards with text hi will be sent to the recipient. The recipient will receive the greetings cards exactly how it is displayed online.
Each sender of greetings cards can send a custom message for all cards. This allows the sender to include a special message to a greetings cards recipient. The special message can be created by the sender which is much more meaningful to a recipient. Just as in traditional greetings cards, the message will appear on the inside of the card.
Text Hi greetings cards appear as traditional cards, but are a more efficient way to send well wishes. This is more efficient as it is less time consuming. Additionally, since the majority of mobile phone users today have the capability to send text messages many use this as their primary means of communication. Texting is the way to communicate which is why Text Hi created the online text greetings cards.
This online capability of sending text greetings cards does cost a small credit. Credits may be purchased through Text Hi by logging in as a member. The credits do not cost much and in fact are comparable to the cost of traditional paper cards.
Ordering text greetings cards is similar to ordering an e card. The process is very similar and begins with the card selection, typing the message, paying with credits purchased, and sending on the text card. This is such a simple process that anyone can easily order text greetings cards.
Text Hi announces an innovative service regarding online greetings cards. These greetings cards look just like traditional paper cards, but are now sent via text message capabilities. This allows recipients to receive their special messages at any time of the day.
Text Hi P/L allows consumers to send electronic greeting card for valentine specials, birthday or on Xmas occasion via mobile phone.
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