I'm interested in working for places that want to interact with me, not send me messages of convenience. I get more out of talking to somebody that information from an email or text.
It seems to be you are trying to either:
- Be courteous
- Be complete
- Follow social norms
- Make certain you get the interview
The best way to address all of these is to call. If you have a phone number, pick up the phone and contact whomever sent you the message. You'll learn (x10) as much from a phone call and some interaction than you will from an email or a text message.
My time is too valuable to be treated like a cog in a gear and provide and automatic reply via email / text. If they want to hire me and I want to work for them, we're going to have to interact. A voice on the phone is the next best thing to being there in person to judge whether you want to work for them or not.