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Q5300025: Which number format should be used when sending a message using a dial-up SMSC provider ?
When using a dial-up SMSC provider, the number format depends on that particular provider. Suppose you want to send an SMS message to 01234567 in the UK (+44), most common formats are: 01234567, 441234567 and 00441234567. When using a medium other than a dial-up provider, the requirements are different.
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Q5300030: Can I send SMS messages using UCP over aTCP/IP connection?
No, currently we only support the sending of SMS messages over an UCP dialup connection using a PSTN or ISDN line. You have to use SMPP instead which is an IP based SMS protocol designed for bulk SMS messaging.
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Q5300015: Can I send Unicode messages? I'm using a local SMSC dial-up provider.
No; dial-up SMS messaging only allows plain-text SMS messages. Use a GSM modem or an SMPP or HTTP provider to send Unicode messages.
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Q5300035: Can I send SMS messages using TAP over a TCP/IP or X25 connection?
No, at this moment we only support TAP protocol over a dialup connection using a PSTN or ISDN line. You have to use SMPP instead which is an IP based SMS protocol designed for bulk SMS messaging.
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Q5300010: Can I send messages longer than 160 characters? I'm using a local SMSC dial-up provider?
No; dial-up SMS messaging is only restricted to a maximum of 160 characters. To allow SMS messages longer than 160 characters, you should use a GSM modem or an SMPP provider.
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Q5300020: Do you have an up-to-date list of dial-up SMSC providers that are working well with your software?
Please check out our compliant dial-up SMSC provider list here.
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