CM uses direct route for traffic into Argentina

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CM uses direct route for traffic into Argentina

CM recently setup direct operator connections for SMS with DLR’s (Delivery Reports) in Argentina. The South American country is now one of the 40 countries CM has direct operator connections with.

 

Faster and higher delivery rates

Direct operator connections in countries mean CM customers and clients send their mobile messages to those countries faster and with significant higher delivery rates. CM therefore continues to setup more direct operator connections worldwide. Latin America shows one of the most spectacular growths if it comes to worldwide mobile developments. 99% of the Latin Americans have a mobile cell signal.

Number formatting for Argentina

Sending traffic into Argentina requires number formatting. To send an SMS text message to an Argentine cell phone from another country, the 9 used internationally when dialing the number for a voice call (and the 15 used for calls within Argentina) is omitted. For example, if the mobile number in Argentina is (11) 15 1234-5678, a voice call from abroad would be dialed as +54 9 11 1234 5678, but an SMS text message would require +54 11 1234 5678. In short: +54 9 11 1234 5678 usually being invalid.

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About CM:

Companies are always looking for the best way to reach their consumers and the rise of mobile technology offers them new opportunities to achieve this goal.

Founded in 1999, CM helps companies to interact with their customers through a multi-use mobile platform for SMS, Email and Appcare.

In addition to various messaging services, the platform also provides solutions for calling through SIP trunking, payment options for companies like Autocollect and online identification solutions such as two-factor authentication(2FA).

We offer a hybrid solution for companies to reach their target audience, anytime and anywhere.

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