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drpblaikie

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#19672 26-Feb-2008 05:38
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Hi,

I am just wondering if anyone knows of an sms gateway provider that provides +64 long codes for mobile originated messages? If so what do they charge for this?

I have checked out places such as clickatel but they don't seem to offer NZ long codes, only +61.

I currently have a service based in the UK but the long code is +44 and costs my New Zealand users an arm and a leg to send messages from telecom or vodafone.

Cheers

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  #113326 27-Feb-2008 11:18
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I can help you mark @ sonicmobile.com

drpblaikie

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  #113476 28-Feb-2008 09:17
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Hi Mark,

I have been in touch with Matt Carter from sonic mobile.

Regards

Peter

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