Yes, you can do both simultaneously without any issues.
When it comes to using landline text messaging, it is common to wonder if it has any impact on your phone line and whether you need to contact your phone carrier for additional requirements. The answer is no. Landline text messages do not affect your phone line, and you don't need to call your phone carrier for anything extra. Your landline number will still function normally for voice calls, and the landline text messaging service will operate independently.
Therefore, there is no need to worry about any interference with your phone line or any additional requirements from your phone carrier.Landline texting is enabled through a third-party SMS service provider, such as Texty Pro, that uses your existing phone number and does not interfere with your phone line or service. The service provider will handle all the technical aspects of sending and receiving text messages, so you can simply focus on communicating with your customers or clients via text.
You have most likely heard about business texting or landline texting and you're looking to text-enable your landline or, at the very least, want to learn more about the benefits and practicalities of doing so. Please read this article on How to Text from a Business Landline: Everything You Need to Know to lean all about texting a landline using a texting app.
If you have a landline or a VoIP number for your business, you can text enable your existing number. For businesses, a text messaging service like Texty Pro can provide you with an easy-to-use platform to text with customers using a computer or smartphone. Learn how to text from a landline number.