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SMS-Header is the Most Reliable Platform for verifying SMS Sender Id Information

For example, when you receive an SMS from MCX Exchange and if you want to know which company has sent this message to you then you need to enter 6 digit sender's sms header as shown in the above form Enter: AD-MCXLTD

A is Bharti Airtel, hence this is a Telecom Operator Code and

D is Delhi, hence this is a Telecom Circle Code.

MCXLTD is Multi Commodity Exchange Of India Limited.

Note:- Please be aware that AD-MCXLTD is being used for the purposes of illustration, and that we undertake no liability for it.


Sample Message:-

Dear Customer,
Greetings and welcome to the MCXLTD - MULTI COMMODITY EXCHANGE OF INDIA LIMITED Messages.  This is an example message to show how SMS SenderID works.


What is an SMS Sender ID or SMSHEADER?

The SMS Sender ID is a set of characters that either comprises alphabetic or numeric characters. It identifies the identity of a sender and operator information. Let's consider an example: when you receive a standard text message from a friend or family member, their name (as stored in your contacts) appears as the Sender. If you haven't saved the receiver's phone number, it will be shown instead. 
The SMS Sender ID is a number or letters representing the company or brand name with operator information when a business or firm sends an SMS to its consumers. This Sender is given to the firm or organization for use in messaging to its clients.

Promotional Messages
The SMS Headers that may be utilized for sending Promotional communications are classified as PROMOTIONAL SMS. A commercial message can be sent to a mobile subscriber whose settings are not set (not on DND). Any commercial communication that an organization may send to a specific recipient after obtaining consent to do so.
Header (6 numeric): 565690, 787878, 987123, 555555, etc.

Transactional Messages: 
The bank gives a text message containing One-Time-Password (OTP) and necessitates the completion of a banking transaction allowed by the customer. This covers all banks, including national/scheduled/private/Govt. and MNC banks. Customers are receiving these emails from businesses to assist and guide future interactions. These communications aren't commercial or promotional content; instead, they're intended to respond to the consumer's actions.

Service Implicit Messages:

Messages deriving from the customer's actions or relationship with the Sender that are not promotional and blocking such communications are not in the customer's best interests are service implicit messages. Even if a user has previously blocked service messages, these alerts will not be stopped for subscribers who have also blocked communication from services.

Service Explicit Messages:

Any service message that does not fall under the category of service message (Implicit) shall be issued only when the subscriber has given their explicit, digitally verified/verifiable approval to the particular organization These are called service explicit messages.

Telecom Operator Codes

Service Provider Code
Bharti Airtel Ltd/ Bharti Hexacom Ltd A
Aircel Ltd/ Dishnet Wireless Ltd D
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd - BSNL B
Quadrant Televentures Limited Q
Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Ltd - MTNL M
Reliance Communications Ltd - RCOM R
Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd - RJIO J
Reliance Telecom Ltd E
Tata Teleservices T
Vodafone Idea Ltd V
V-CON Mobile & Infra Private Ltd C

Telecom Circle Code

Service Provider Code
Andhra Pradesh A
Assam S
Bihar B
Delhi D
Gujarat G
Haryana H
Himachal Pradesh I
Jammu & Kashmir J
Karnataka X
Kerala L
Kolkata K
Madhya Pradesh Y
Maharashtra Z
Mumbai M
North East N
Orissa O
Punjab P
Rajasthan R
Tamil Nadu T
Up-East E
Up-West W
West Bengal V