SendHub Reviews

Learn about SendHub SMS marketing solution for businesses. Includes info on SendHub, free trials, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on June 4th, 2019

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SendHub is a business solution that offers SMS marketing. Suitable for businesses of all sizes, this intuitive and cost-effective solution helps businesses manage their communication channels. Features include seamless integration, online messaging inbox, and contact database.

SendHub Pricing:

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SendHub Review:

Pros: Cost-effective. Fast and easy to set up. Great accessibility with the user mobile app.

Cons: Customer support needs improvement. No conference call feature.

Bottomline: Solid, affordable option! Easy to set up and use. The mobile app allows users to access anywhere.

SendHub Key Information:

Parent Company

Cameo Global


Ash Rust, Garrett Johnson, John Fallone, Ryan Pfeffer




Pleasanton, California


Mark Handermann


1 (844) 990-4400


4695 Chabot Drive, Suite #101, Pleasanton, CA 94588


SendHub FAQs:

What is SendHub's price range?

SendHub plans range from $5.95 to $189.95 per month. If you want a Custom plan, you can contact SendHub to get a quote.

Is there a SendHub free trial?

No, SendHub does not offer a free trial. However, interested users can go to SendHub and request a demo.

What are some SendHub alternatives?

Where can I find the SendHub login?

Go to and click "Login" in the top right corner of the homepage, or sign in directly at

Reviews of SendHub:



oc57anaf -

They were exactly what I was looking for and more. My location is Georgia, USA for anyone wondering. I believe I'm on the right side of the law, as whenever we gain a new client, the paperwork we have them sign is a media release form for showcasing the work we do of them. We also collect email, phone, and address with express permission to communicate on matters of anything regarding the business including the promotion of new services, etc.

notajith -

I'm using Sendhub, might be worth investigating. They seem pretty focused on SMS, and do execute that well. I'm a little dissatisfied with calling experience on the desktop. They only have the web interface, and there are technical challenges to using my headset reliably. Their backend is twilio, and there is not any SIP access so I can't just use some other softphone app.

kosherbacon -

I use SendHub, which costs me... like $250/year, I think? That's for two lines. It gives me: two local phone numbers, Calls forwarded to our cell phones, A conference line, Voicemail transcription, Scheduled on/off time, so calls automatically go to voicemail after COB, A phone menu system ("to speak with X, press 1..."). Solid service, no complaints at all. Would recommend!