Effective March 1, 2022, major US-based mobile carriers (AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, & US Cellular) have implemented significant changes to the requirements that allow a non-cellular-local-number to send texts (SMS traffic) to their networks. The telecom industry term for "local number texting" is called "10DLC" (industry acronym for 10-digit long codes, meaning any USA or Canada local numbers.)
All service providers who provide texting services are now required to have all text-enabled numbers registered with "The Campaign Registry" to remain compliant with the newest US mobile carrier 10DLC policies. In addition to the registration, there is also an additional monthly cost to have the numbers registered. One of the largest SMS carriers, T-Mobile, has announced that they will be charging a $50.00 one-time activation fee for all new SMS Campaign activations after March 1, 2022.
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