2-way SMS to South Korea

The term 2-way SMS basically means a solution offering both MT SMS and MO SMS in one combination.

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When it comes to receiving response from customers, conducting marketing survey, collecting votes and many other projects – 2-way SMS can we a powerful tool to build a connection with your target audience.

So what is the standard for MO numbers and 2-way SMS in South Korea?

There are 2 types of virtual numbers that can be assigned to the company for collecting MO SMS : Short Codes (SC) and Long Codes (LC). 

Long codes : 0133-xxx-xxxx (format)

Registration takes up to 3 business days and usage entails monthly fee and per MO SMS price.

Short Codes : contact sureminternational@gmail.com for details.

The ways to implement the code in your SMS are :

  1. Use it as Sender ID – in this case, people can simply reply to SMS they receive and you will be able to collect all the responses in your system.
  2. Insert it in the body of SMS – a preferred method if you want to use multiple MO numbers for your campaign or absolutely need to keep the Sender ID different.

 

 

SureM FAQ : What is OPT-OUT? What does [Web발신] mean?

Be it something basic like SMS length or definition of the “OPT-OUT” – in messaging business there are always questions to ask. At SureM, we are constantly working on collecting and updating the data on everything, from technical terms and definitions to latest SMS regulations updates.

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Feel free to pop in to check our some of the questions you might be interested in and email us at sureminternational@gmail.com to ask any that are not on FAQ.

Sender ID

According to Korean Telecommunications Law from November 2014, all Sender IDs must be preliminary registered with the operators. To know more about the registration process contact us at sureminternational@gmail.com

SureM Knowledgebase

What is Sender ID?g14110

When you receive a message, what is the first thing you are looking at? The number it came from. It will happen unconsciously, as the text message and its meaning might differ depending on who you received ot.

About Sender ID

– Sender ID is the originated address of which the message comes from.- It is often the displayed sender on the mobile number.- Each country has its own sender ID restrictions

Sender ID can be

  • 1. Alpha sender – Ex. SureM
  • 2. Numeric sender – Ex. 8215884640
  • 3. Alphanumeric sender ID – Ex. SureM123

Here are some examples of Sender ID regulations per country :

  • 1. Korea
    • No alpha / alphanumeric sender ID allowed
    • Only numeric sender ID is allowed
    • Between 0 ~ 12 digits
  • 2. India
    • Need to pre-register alpha Sender ID
    • Fixed 6 digits
    • Ex. SUREMC
  • 3. China
    • Numeric only
    • Need to pre-register…

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