SMS with number masking

There were once we can put any characters to the sender column for all our messages. Since a few years back (approximately 4 years) the Cell phone operators in Malaysia start to ban the function. Now, for all mobile operators in Malaysia, you can send only digits as sender


However, level 2 short code is still able to send with any character as sender ID. That is why you are receiving message such as "Maxis gift" at your phone. They are genuine from Telco.


With our number masking feature, you can send SMS with digits as sender ID. But sometime, it wont work and the Cell phone operator will replace it with any numbers. This is true for all providers, except the Cell phone company itself.


SMS with number masking is not capable of doing 2 way SMS (sending SMS and receiving at your email).

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E-mail | sales@mobiweb.com.my

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If operators are busy, please call the next number below.


Phone Numbers:

  • 1800 87 7061 (Toll Free)
  • +604-642 0621 (Penang, Malaysia)
  • +603-7980 1388 (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
  • +6017-511 8885 (Johor Bahru)
  • +65 3158 4888 (Singapore)
  • +612 8310 5560 (Australia)

Fax:

  • +604-646 8367 (Penang, Malaysia)
  • +603-7980 2388 (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

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