Long Code

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Long Code is also called a Long Code or a Virtual Mobile Number. In India a Long Code is simply a 10 digit phone number to which you can text or call.

Long Codes offer a reliable platform for your mobile campaigns since you are the sole owner and content provider on the number You have unlimited keywords and you maintain control over routing inbound and outbound messages. Since you own the number and all of the data captured, you can map directly into your existing database without having to input information from a different source. You also have the ability to further monetize your mobile efforts by offering advertising opportunities to other companies that complement your service. There is no chance of an application provider mixing up your messages and responses or data with anyone else’s, since the number is dedicated to your application.  Long Codes can be texted from anywhere in the world

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Dedicated Premium SMS Long Codes

Dedicated SMS long codes give your application the ability to receive Mobile Originated SMS (also known as MO SMS, Virtual Mobile SMS or Incoming SMS). This means that your customers can send messages directly to your application from their mobile phone!
Dedicated Long Code for Dedicated applications

In addition to sending new SMS, any Dedicated Mobile Long Code allows your application to send an SMS to a mobile phone through txtNation and lets users simply hit “Reply” on their phone. Your application now has the ability to receive replies to SMS that your application sent. You control all keywords on the code.
Scenarios for Dedicated Long Codes

LC’s can be used for the following typical examples:

• Financial institutions can give their customers the ability to check their balances via mobile.
• Network monitoring companies requesting up-time information from their servers.
• Dating companies seeking value-added services to extend outside the Internet.
• Contact us for more information about how to integrate premium dedicated long codes into your business.

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