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what does TD mean when we receive commercial sms from compaines for ex. TD-SNAPDEAL??

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Normally SMS Codes Like TD-**** originates from a Bulk SMS provider. they use minimum 9 digit Alpha-Numeric characters as “Sender”. But there were some security risks in this method. They can give a phone number as “Sender” basically there may be a chance to spam, and send messages. But the new TRAI regulation insisted bulk SMS providers to restrict the “Sender ID” to minimum 6 characters. Other three characters should be used to specify who is the bulk SMS service provider & where it’s originated from..! For example : T=Tata D=Delhi So you are getting these spam msgs from Tata Delhi network!
Posted: 15-02-2012 @ 16:51:51
the TD or the TM is derived only with the service providers list and the service providers destination! A: Bharti Airtel and Bharti Hexacom B: BSNL C: Datacom D: Aircel and Dishnet Wireless E: Reliance Telecom H: HFCL I: Idea Cellular, Aditya Birla Telecom L: Loop Telecom and BPL M: MTNL P: Spice Communications R: Reliance Communications S: S. Tel Ltd T: Tata Teleservices, Tata Teleservices Maharashtra U: Unitech Group of Companies (Telenor) V: Vodafone Group of Companies W: Swan Telecom Y: Shyam Telecom Service Area Codes A: Andhra Pradesh B: Bihar D: Delhi E: UP (East) G: Gujarat H: Haryana I: Himachal Pradesh J: Jammu & Kashmir K: Kolkata L: Kerala M: Mumbai N: North East O: Orissa P: Punjab R: Rajasthan S: Assam T: Tamil Nadu, including Chennai V: West Bengal W: UP (West) X: Karnataka Y: Madhya Pradesh Z: Maharashtra
Posted: 19-08-2011 @ 22:36:13
Normally SMS Codes Like TD-**** originates from a Bulk SMS provider. they use minimum 9 digit Alpha-Numeric characters as “Sender”. But there were some security risks in this method. They can give a phone number as “Sender” basically there may be a chance to spam, and send messages.
But the new TRAI regulation insisted bulk SMS providers to restrict the “Sender ID” to minimum 6 characters.
Other three characters should be used to specify who is the bulk SMS service provider & where it’s originated from..!
For example :
T=Tata
D=Delhi
So you are getting these spam msgs from Tata Delhi network!
Posted: 18-08-2011 @ 23:10:10
In order to protect consumer interest receiving unsolicited commercial SMSs, Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has mandated all mobile operators in India to prefix an identification tag before all application-to-peer (A2P) commercial bulk SMSs which would reveal the name of the service provider along with location where the SMS originated along with the name of the company sending the SMS. The alphanumeric identifier would be of the form XY-NAME, where X stands for code allocated for the service provider while Y stands for the service area where the SMS originated and NAME is the name of the company sending the SMS. Take an example of TD-SNAPDEAL, this code means that SMS is sent through Tata Teleservices from delhi by SNAPDEAL.
Posted: 18-08-2011 @ 17:33:54
TD means Time Division
Posted: 24-05-2011 @ 11:42:40
td stand's for today-snapdeal
Posted: 23-05-2011 @ 23:39:39
Let’s take the example of ICICI bank. When you receive a message from ICICI bank, the sender name displayed is TM-ICICIBANK. Here T is the code for the mobile operator, M is the region from which the message is sent and ICICIBANK is the name under which ICICI Bank sends its messages. i thik your dout is clear now or not.?
Posted: 23-05-2011 @ 16:40:41
no
Posted: 21-05-2011 @ 20:48:55