Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Telcos could recover $15bn in A2P SMS revenue by tackling grey routes

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Thursday 10 November 16

Research by Dialogue Communications reveals scale of shady A2P messaging activity.

Telcos could claw back as much as $15 billion in lost revenue next year by tackling application-to-person (A2P) SMS traffic that uses grey routes to bypass charges on the receiving operator's network. This is according to A2P SMS specialist Dialogue Communications, which said many SMS aggregators, working on behalf of well-known brands, use grey routes to make increased margins from their customers…

Telcos could claw back as much as $15 billion in lost revenue next year by tackling application-to-person (A2P) SMS traffic that uses grey routes to bypass charges on the receiving operator's network. This is according to A2P SMS specialist Dialogue Communications, which said many SMS aggregators, working on behalf of well-known brands, use grey routes to make increased margins from their customers…

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