Consent requirements and examples for SMS messaging to the U.S.

This article goes over the types of SMS messages to the U.S. that require consent and how to obtain consent digitally and by paper form

U.S. mobile carriers require businesses to obtain consent before sending any SMS messages to U.S. customers, partners or employees.

Outlined below are the three types of SMS messages that require permission first.

Note
: This article is for informational purposes only and discusses certain carrier requirements related to sending SMS. There may be other legal requirements or regulations, so please consult with your legal counsel to ensure you comply with SMS requirements.

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