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Comprehensive glossary of mobile industry terminology
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Tag Length Value. is an encoding scheme used for optional information element in a certain protocol.
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Toll free numbers are an allowed Sender ID in the USA that can be used for two-way text messaging.
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Type Of Number (TON) is a value is set for both the originator and destination number in every SMS. It is used for both SMS routing and handset display purposes.
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Transport Protocol Message Type Indicator.
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Transmission Path Destination Address.
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Transport Protocol Data Unit.
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Transmission Path Originating Address. The TPOA is the SMS header field that contains the message sender's number. The TPOA field is limited by GSM standards to: - Maximum 16 digits if the origin is numeric (for example, a phone number), or - Maximum 11 alphabet characters and digits if the origin is alphanumeric for example, a company name).
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Transport Protocol User Data Header.
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Transport Protocol User Data Header Indicator.
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Transport Protocol User Data Length.
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Transactions per second - throughput.
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Time Sensitive Services.
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Where you send messages to your end users and expect sinch.com to receive replies.
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Two Factor Authentication's main aim is to be used for verification codes, 2FA and One-time Pin codes content. It can be used to secure login and sign up from unwanted visitors by verifying user possession of number or adding second-factor authentication.
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