Well, Yes and No.
Let's start with why you can't "text-enable" your cell phone number.
Because only one company can control the SMS traffic on your phone, the carriers make it impossible to have two companies "share" the ability to send/receive text messages.
It's like having Sprint and T-Mobile share the same number to send texts. Simply put, it's just not possible to do today.
In the end, only ONE company can control the texting traffic.
Option 1: Porting a Mobile Phone (not recommended)
Now, you can port away your existing mobile phone number to Salesmsg, but in all honesty... you don't want to do that. Once it's ported away from your carrier, Salesmsg will control both the calling and texting on that number.
And currently, Salesmsg doesn't offer outbound calling.
Option 2: Text-Enable a Landline
Salesmsg can text-enable a landline phone number, this is not a mobile number but is an old-fashioned landline.
This will enable you to keep your calling with your telecom provider and Salesmsg will control your text messaging. To learn more, go here.