A GUIDE TO DLT REGISTRATION

Many of you might have been stucked with the DLT registration process. YourBulkSMS located in Indore is constantly helping it’s client in the entire process of DLT Registration.

TRAI (TCCCPR 2018) has mandated all businesses that want to send SMS to register their business, headers (sender IDs), and templates on any of the DLT platforms.

Please note that all steps in the DLT registration process must be completed to send SMS.

Business Entity Registration

Registration Process on DLT Platforms

Register on any of the DLT platforms below by filling in the required information and document. Post receiving Entity ID/Registration ID, please add it in your YourbulkSMS account: Log in to your YourbulkSMS account > Settings > Your Profile > Entity ID/Registration ID.

Jio DLT (https://trueconnect.jio.com) – Free Registration. View Jio DLT registration guide.
Videocon DLT (https://smartping.live/entity/register-with) – Free Registration, leave the payment details blank. View Videocon registration text guide.
Vodafone Idea Ltd DLT (https://www.vilpower.in/) – View VILPOWER registration guide.
BSNL DLT (https://www.ucc-bsnl.co.in/) – View BSNL registration guide.

Note:

According to customer feedback so far, and personal suggestions Jio and Videocon seem to have an easier registration process.

HEADER REGISTRATION

Once Step 1 is complete, the entity can move forward to choose their sender ID or header on the portal dashboard. There are two categories of headers for different requirements and use cases; promotional and others.

Promotional: This category of bulk SMS is for running campaigns, offers, discounts, and promotions. Here, you have to select a six-digit numeric figure as your header and provide the reason for choosing so.

Others: Transactional messages fall under this category, such as alerts, notifications, and updates. Here too, you have to select a six-digit numeric figure as your header and provide the reason for choosing so.

Note:

  • The Sender ID should match the entity name.
  • Capital and small letters are different; ‘A’ ≠ ‘a.’
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