Mobile messaging company Dialogue Communications has moved into the world of operators, as it launches an independently-operated GSM network dedicated solely to the carriage of A2P (Application to Person) SMS messaging.
“It’s all about offering our customers the highest levels of reliability and quality for delivery of SMS through our secure messaging platform,” said Dialogue CEO Hugh Spear. “As our worldwide carriage volumes continue to grow, the launch of our own independent carrier network allows us to do just that. Dialogue has always endeavoured to be the market leader at enabling end to end messaging solutions for businesses.
“Our new dedicated network brings our customers one step closer to the message recipient. We take pride in delivering exceptional service and now by interworking at the carrier level we can maintain end to end control over message delivery, offering a quality of service that is second to none.”
A2P SMS enables companies to send automated messages from an application to a mobile subscriber. Back in 2011, Juniper Research predicted that A2P would generate $70bn (£45.9bn) in revenues by 2016.