Sophisticated Messaging Customers Need More Powerful Messaging Options
If you send a substantial amount of outbound SMS, such as large companies, companies that use messaging for marketing, and companies that use Dialpad’s API to send SMS, you are likely to exceed the Campaign Registry’s message rate limits and daily caps on messages that are applied to basic messaging users.
Here are the standardize use cases adopted by The Campaign Registry:You can ensure delivery of your messages by sub-dividing your company’s messaging into separate “use cases”, which identify the type of messages and purpose you expect to send from each phone number or set of phone numbers.
Any authentication, verification, or one-time passcode
Standard notifications for account holders, relating to and being about an account
All customer care interaction, including but not limited to account management and customer support
Notification about the status of the delivery of a product or service
Fraud Alert Messaging
Notifications regarding potential fraudulent activity on a user's account
Messaging created on behalf of Colleges or Universities, including School Districts and education institutions.
Low Volume Mixed
For Brands that have multiple use cases and only need very low messaging throughput. Examples include: test or demo accounts, small businesses (single Doctor's office, single Pizza shop etc).
Any communication that includes marketing and/or promotional content
Any messaging campaign containing 2 to 5 standard use cases
Polling and voting
The sending of surveys and polling/voting campaigns for non political arenas
Public Service Announcement
Informational messaging to raise an audience's awareness about important issues
A notification that the security of a system, either software or hardware, has been compromised in some way and there is an action you need to take
Only applicable if an exemption by a Carrier has already been approved.
Communications from a registered charity aimed at providing help and raising money for those in need. Includes: 501c3 Charities. Does not include: Religious organizations
Peer-to-peer, app-based group messaging with proxy/pooled numbers. Supporting personalized services and non-exposure of personal numbers for enterprise or A2P communications. This requires restricting messages sent to numbers within the defined group.
Notification services designed to support public safety/health during natural disasters, armed conflicts, pandemics, and other national or regional emergencies.
All sweepstakes messaging
Part of organized effort to influence decision making of specific group. All campaigns to be verified. Limited to only federal campaigns.
Communication between public figures/influencers and their communities. Examples include: YouTube Influencers' alerts or Celebrity alerts
Limited to entities without a EIN / Tax ID
Platform Free Trial
Platform Free Trial offers with strict controls and MNO audit rights (MO opt in).
Agents and Franchises
Agents; franchises; local branches