For all customer, using our SMS Addon Module for Matri4web, please find the notification below :
————————————————————- Dear Customer,
Thank you for partnering with Jio for your Commercial Messaging needs.
This is to share with you that the industry is taking another major step towards the implementation of the TCCCPR 2018 in order to curb spam and unsolicited commercial communication.
In view of the above, all Telecom Service Providers would need you to mandatorily provide your registered PE ID in all your traffic submissions, going forward. This will help us block any messages from being sent from your registered headers, by unauthorised senders, which may cause damage or disrepute to your business or your customers.
The cut-off date for this change is Thursday, 19th November’ 2020. Any traffic submitted after 23:59 hours on Wednesday, 18th November’2020 has to mandatorily carry your PE ID, failing which it will not be allowed delivery.
You are, therefore, 1. requested to complete the testing and shifting of all your traffic to our DLT connectivity. Existing binds which are directly connected to the SMSC shall be deactivated from the said date/time. 2. notified that no traffic will be allowed without the registered PE ID of the Principal Entity, so you will have to mandatorily provide the same in all your traffic submissions.
We look forward to your co-operation in this regard so as to avoid any disruption of your important communication to all your customers and associates.
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