A2P 10DLC, short codes, landline and toll-free

Choose the right mobile messaging originator (phone number) to interact with customers

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10DLC (10-digit long code)
A new A2P originator approved by Tier-1 US carriers for business messaging

 

Short code
A 5 or 6-digit originator favored by brands with large audiences

 

Text-enabled landlines and toll free numbers
A number a business can use for both voice and text messaging

Introducing A2P 10DLC

10DLC is go! Verizon 10DLC has launched in the US. All long code traffic sent through Verizon is now subject to 10DLC rules and fees. AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint release their 10DLC services in the coming months.

Check out our article for the full 10DLC back story and the latest news.

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Vet 10DLCs and receive a trust score

Some of the major US carriers might require you to receive a ‘trust score’ for your 10DLC campaigns. Your 10DLC throughput could depend on that score. Our 10DLC vetting article tells you all you need to know.

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Find, purchase, file and set up – now

Our team is ready to help you:

  • Look for, purchase and provision 10DLC numbers
  • Vet your use cases and receive a trust score
  • Transfer traffic to 10DLC
  • Answer any of your questions

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A one-stop 10DLC shop

When AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint have launched 10DLC, you’ll be able to use our new 10DLC self-service application to simply, quickly and seamlessly:

  • Search for and purchase 10DLCs
  • File a campaign brief (to the US Carriers that require it)
  • Configure your 10DLCs for use with our SMS APIs
  • View the status of US campaigns

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Short codes: a memorable option

A short code is a five or six digit, country-specific number. Monthly costs are steeper than 10DLC. But messaging with dedicated short codes gives you higher carrier support and throughput. Great for time-sensitive communications to large audiences.

An easy process

The short code application process is more detailed than for other originators. We can help with that. The world’s biggest brands trust us to ensure their messaging with short codes runs smoothly.

Migrate with ease

If you have a well-known short code, you’ll want to bring it with you when you switch messaging providers. Our guide, Migrating short codes – the easy way, will help.

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Text-enabled landlines and toll-free numbers

Many businesses like to “text enable” existing toll-free and landline numbers, so they have one number customers can either text or call on. Expect a high throughput (though not quite as high as short codes) and a secure route.

Say it with pictures

Text-enabled numbers can now also receive and deliver MMS as well as SMS. You can then send and receive images, audio and short videos – all from your familiar business number.

US originator options

What you need to know about choosing the right messaging originators for US campaigns.

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Dive into the details

Download our 10DLC guide for all the help and guidelines you need to send long code traffic to US customers.

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