Cont. from txtNation Blog.

There are a number of factors you need to consider when choosing your SMS service provider; so that you can bill your customers via their mobile phone send SMS text messages as part of your overall marketing and billing strategy effectively and in line with industry regulations.

Every country has its own mobile marketing legal compliance rules and rightly so: A mobile phone number is sacred, we carry our mobiles with us all of the time and research shows that over 90% of text messages are read within 4 minutes of being received. That’s huge. So we, as marketers, need to treat this with respect and be intelligent with our SMS marketing and billing.

txtNation is a 100% opt in service, we are at the forefront of legal compliance and we take this very seriously. We work with our clients to ensure that you are fully within the regulations and are getting the most out of your mobile billing and marketing campaigns.

As an example, Phone Pay Plus in the UK requires that premium rate services must:

  • be upfront about the service they offer and the cost
  • treat consumers fairly
  • comply with the law
  • not invade consumer privacy
  • not cause harm or unreasonable offence to consumers
  • resolve consumer complaints quickly

We provide a list of regulator resources a our support site

In order to help you get the very best out of your SMS marketing and billing, we have great account management support and ticketing time is below 2 minutes.

With txtNation, you can build you own mobile payment and messaging services in the cloud, on top of our robust platform via our SMS gateway API. The txtNation Gateway is everything you need to build your own mobile and SMS solutions to your exact requirements, end-to-end.

Contact us to find out how it can benefit your business today.

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