Just uploaded a fresh list of Contacts into Hustle and worried about the cost of landlines? Don’t fret! This article will outline which numbers are counted toward your contract and which numbers aren’t.
What is a non-texbable number?
Hustle runs on textable phone numbers. If you can’t text the number, Hustle can’t send a message to that end user. Therefore, when you upload Contacts into Hustle, the tool is going to scrub or remove any non-textable numbers as well as any duplicate numbers (Ever wonder what the blue completion bar is signifying? Well here’s your answer!)
A non-textable number includes the following:
- VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) - Google Voice
- Disconnected Numbers
If you upload a list that includes any non-textable numbers, Hustle will not upload those numbers into the system. Hustle bills based on the number of unique textable phone numbers that are uploaded into the system. Any non-textable numbers will not be uploaded into Hustle and therefore, you will not be billed or have those numbers count toward your contract limit!