DestinationCountry CodeDial Code2-Way CapabilitiesConcatenated MessagesAlphanumeric SenderID supported?
Special Conditions
American SamoaAS1Upon request
ArgentinaAR54To ensure delivery we recommend a dedicated short code.
AustraliaAU61You can begin messaging using alphanumeric originators immediately (you do not need to pre-register the originator).
AustriaAT43Upon request
BahrainBH973Marketing or similar messages should only be sent between 9 am and 9 pm.

Transactional messages (e.g. such as a delivery notification) are not restricted by time.
BangladeshBD880Message originators are often filtered and replaced with local numbers.
BelgiumBE32
BoliviaBO591
BrazilBR55Recommended using a short code to ensure delivery.

Long codes from non approved sources are illegal in Brazil and are subject to filtering/blocking.
Brunei
BN673



BulgariaBG359MobiTel overwrites alphanumeric originators with a local short code.
CanadaCA1Upon request
ChileCL56
China *CN86
For messages to China, Pre-registration of alphanumeric sender Id and message body template is required.


ColombiaCO57
Costa RicaCR506We recommend using numeric originators only, or using a short code.
CroatiaHR385
Cuba *CU53Upon requestAlpha pre registration required and recommended.
Czech RepublicCZ420Upon request
DenmarkDK45Upon request

Dominican RepublicDO1
EcuadorEC593
EgyptEG20
El SalvadorSV503
FijiFJ679
FinlandFI358Upon request
France
FR
33




GermanyDE49Upon request
GreeceGR30

GuatemalaGT502

HondurasHN504

Hong KongHK852Upon request

HungaryHU36
India
IN
91
Upon request



Indonesia
ID62


Alphanumeric Sender IDs need to be pre-registered with carriers.
IrelandIE353

IsraelIL972

ItalyIT39
The regulator AGCOM has recently stated that all A2P traffic must register message originators. This has not yet been actively enforced. However, in some cases unregistered originators are replaced by the operator with a +39 number or may even be blocked.
JapanJP81

KazakhstanKZ7
The mobile operators will filter out messages sent with an unregistered alphanumeric originator. Either send the message using an internationally-formatted number, or pre-register alpha originator. 24th October 2018,
JSC ALTEL, mccmnc 40107 and Mobile Telecom Service LLP (Tele2), mccmnc 40177, Kazakhstan Promotional traffic, which is legal and does not breach any applicable laws and regulations (such as those governing SPAM), is allowed only if (i) the subscriber-recipient provides his/her prior written consent to the receipt of such traffic and (ii) it is legal and does not breach any applicable laws and regulations (such as SPAM).

During the period between 10 pm and 9 am (GMT+6), SMS can only be sent upon end-user request. Upon an Operator's claim that a subscriber (end-user in Kazakhstan) complained about the receipt of unsolicited messages, you must provide written confirmation signed by the subscriber that he/she had previously agreed to receive such message from a particular service; otherwise this traffic will be considered to constitute SPAM and either the Operator or ourselves may be fined.
LithuaniaLT370

LuxembourgLU325

MalaysiaMY60*
* reply only possible via [unsub-reply-link] feature
MexicoMX52

Montenegro *ME382Upon requestAlpha sender ID pre registration is possible, which would guarantee alpha originator support.
NauruNR674



NetherlandsNL31Upon request

New ZealandNZ64

NicaraguaNI505

NigeriaNG234
Delivery to CDMA networks (e.g. Visaphone) is prone to issues; they also only provide delivery receipts from the operator, not the handset.
Norway
NO47upon request


PakistanPK92

Papua New Guinea
PG675



ParaguayPY595
All message originators are overwritten to local numbers.
PeruPE51
Alphanumeric message originators generally work ok, but on occasions the operators filter and replace with local numeric numbers.
PhilippinesPH63Upon requestAlphanumeric Sender IDs need to be pre-registered with carriers.
PolandPL48

PortugalPT351

Puerto Rico
PR
1



RomaniaRO40
We recommend pre-registering alphanumeric originator, as Orange replaces all unknown.
RussiaRU7

SamoaWS685Upon request

SerbiaRS381

SingaporeSG65
SloveniaSI386

South AfricaZA27

South KoreaKR82Upon request
SpainES34
The local MVNOs do not support short codes.
Sri LankaLK94The operator Dialog filters and overwrites all message originators to a random numeric number.

All other operators support alphanumeric originators.

Alpha registration is also possible and recommended.
SwedenSE46Upon request

SwitzerlandCH41Upon request

TaiwanTW886Upon request
ThailandTH66
Alphanumeric Sender IDs need to be pre-registered with carriers.
TongaTO676Upon request
TurkeyTR90
We recommend pre-registering alphanumeric originator, as the mobile operators will filter and overwrite the originator otherwise.

Unicode is also supported so you can send messages using Turkish accents (ğ Ğ ı İ ö Ö ü Ü ş Ş ç Ç) which fall outside the GSM character set.
TuvaluTV688



UkraineUA380
Recommend pre-registering an alpha originator.
No multipart message on PeopleNet.
United Arab EmiratesAE971
Recommend pre-registering an alpha originator, or using a short code.
United KingdomGB44
United States of AmericaUS1

Sending via TFN only.
Free link shorteners are actively filtered.

VenezuelaVE58
All 1-way message originators are overwritten with a local number or a generic alphanumeric originator.

Recommend using a short code.
VietnamVN84



Glossary:


Sender ID: By definition, the Sender ID (also known as the 'Caller ID' or 'From Number') is the mobile number or name that an SMS message comes from.


Custom Sender ID: An alphanumeric sender ID such as a business name.


Dedicated Number: Dedicated virtual mobile numbers are for your exclusive use and are not shared with any other customers.


DLRs: Delivery reports that are provided by the carrier when the messages are delivered to the mobile handset.