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RCS Simulator

Discover in real time how your SMS message transforms when you send it as RCS.

RCS message simulator, the SMS revolution for businesses

Enter your SMS text, link, and company information (logo, slogan, colors, and image) and discover how you can enrich communication with your customers. Try now and take your messages to the next level with RCS.

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Answer all your questions about the differences between RCS and SMS
What are the main benefits of using RCS over SMS?

RCS allows companies to enhance communication with customers through more interactive and personalized messages.

Consistent brand experiences: RCS allows companies to incorporate their visual identity into messages through the use of logos, corporate colors, and typography, helping to maintain a consistent and recognizable brand experience.

Improved two-way communication: Unlike SMS, which is primarily a one-way communication medium, RCS facilitates smoother and more effective two-way communication, similar to modern messaging apps, enhancing customer-company interaction.

Enhanced file capacity: RCS supports sending larger files and different formats, such as PDFs, Word documents, spreadsheets, and presentations, which is a significant limitation in SMS due to its size and format restrictions.

What is RCS and how is it different from SMS?

Rich Communication Services (RCS) is a type of messaging that enhances traditional SMS, offering features such as group chat, video transmission, and sharing high-resolution files.

Unlike SMS, which only allows sending text messages and has a limit of 160 characters, RCS allows sending richer and more interactive messages without relying on a third-party application.

Do I need internet to send RCS messages?

Yes, unlike SMS which uses the traditional cellular network, RCS requires an internet connection, either through mobile data or Wi-Fi.

Are RCS messages as secure as SMS?

RCS improves security over SMS by offering end-to-end encryption, meaning only the sender and receiver can see the message content.

Can I send RCS messages to devices that do not have RCS?

No, if the recipient is not RCS compatible, the message will be sent as a standard SMS, without the enhanced features of RCS.

How can I tell if my device is compatible with RCS?

You can check RCS compatibility in your messaging app settings or by contacting your mobile operator to ensure they support RCS and your device is properly configured.

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