By Telecom Lead Team: Dialogue Communications, a provider
of mobile messaging solutions, is strengthening the reach of its Platinum
Connectivity Messaging Service for Wholesale SMS by adding new platinum
Dialogue will be attending Mobile World Congress 2012 in
Barcelona to engage with operators to further its international Platinum
footprint and strengthen its presence in existing territories.
Using a blend of direct, SS7 and hubbed carrier
connections, Dialogue’s Platinum Connectivity is designed for businesses that
require reliability from their messaging provider. Dialogue provides redundant
and monitored 2-Way SMS coverage for each -Platinum’ country.
It currently serves Australia, Singapore, Philippines,
Hong Kong, United Kingdom, South Africa, New Zealand and Ireland. Dialogue is
continuing to expand service into new territories, to offer live monitoring,
high quality routing and delivery at a global level.
Dialogue is a leading tier one mobile aggregator and SMS
provider delivering mobile messaging and wholesale SMS services across the
globe. Operating direct connections to dozens of carriers around the world,
Dialogue is a key industry player in enterprise messaging and can reliably
terminate cost effective SMS messages to majority of the world’s mobile
As we deliver SMS messages for some of the world’s
largest corporations including financial institutions, software providers and Tier
2 SMS aggregators, we are acutely aware that each message is important and
being price competitive is not enough. We have to put quality at the forefront
of our service goals. This was the drive behind the creation of our -Platinum’
grade service,” said Pete Neal, head of Messaging at Dialogue Communications.
Dialogue Communications uses a range of SMS APIs to
enable developers to build in their own SMS integrations as well as offering
its own specialized technology to help customers benefit from using SMS
messaging. Dialogue works with market leaders across the world to integrate
effective two-way SMS services with other software applications.