Q. How much does it cost?
Ans: That depends on: 1. How many credits you buy(bulk purchases are cheaper). 2. The route that you send via. We provide users with several routing options which have different levels of connectivity and have definitive features and costs. By registering and sending some test messages (free) you can verify exactly what the cost will be.
Q. Are there any other costs involved to send SMS?
Ans: No, All prices are including VAT and other expenses.
Q. How do I buy credits?
Ans: We work on both prepaid and postpaid basis but preferably the first one. You can purchase credits online/offline via your cards, bKash, paypal, electronic funds transfer.
Q. What languages does ISOC SMS support in SMS messages?
Ans: By using Unicode, ISOC SMS is able to support any written text that is part of the Unicode character set. This include an extremely comprehensive list of scripts from around the world. Please note that for a message to display, the destination handset you are sending to must also support the Unicode characters you have included. If you would like to read more information on Unicode, please refer to the article.
Q. What are Unicode characters and why are they relevant to SMS?
Ans: What is a Unicode Standard? Unicode standard is a type of character encoding system designed for consistency in the computing industry. The unicode system is able to handle large variety of characters beyond the basic Latin alphabet (A-Z), in order to support a wide range of languages and technical symbols. Ans: What is a Unicode Message? A unicode message is a message that is encoded using the Unicode standard. Any message that contains even a single Unicode character must be encoded in this way in order to display properly the Unicode characters properly.
Q. What format does my phone number need to be in?
Ans: Mobile phone numbers need to be entered in international format, without the leading '00' or '+'. E.g. if your number is listed as +88018xxxxxxxx, or 88018xxxxxxxx, remove the + or 00 to make 018xxxxxxxx. To convert a domestic number into international format, generally remove any leading '0' and add your country code. Eg. 088 xxx xxx becomes 88 xxx xxx.