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10-Digit Long Code — What You Need to Know

10-Digit Long Code — What You Need to Know

10-digit long code, otherwise known as 10 DLC, is a North American system for sending application-to-person (A2P) business messages using a standard 10-digit phone number. 

It sounds a bit technical, I know. But don’t worry. 

In this post, I’ll break it down step-by-step so you’ll know everything you need you need to know about the 10-digit long code.

A2P 10 DLC – The Ultimate Guide

A2P 10 DLC – The Ultimate Guide

A2P 10 DLC is upon us, and that’s good news

Follow me here. Nearly 49 million consumers opted-in to receive texts from brands as of late 2020. 82% of those consumers opened every single message they received. 

Text messages have a 209% higher response rate than email, phone, or Facebook, with 90% of messages being read in just three minutes. Clearly, SMS marketing is an obvious win for any brand wanting to connect with their customers.

But within this massive market, customers need safety and protection from unscrupulous marketers or scammers.

That’s where A2P 10 DLC comes in — one of the biggest changes in the industry’s history in the last decade.

In this guide, I’ll tell you everything you need to know about this update, what it means for you, and what to do about it.

All Your 10 DLC Questions, Answered

All Your 10 DLC Questions, Answered

IMPORTANT: We’ve created an 8-question quiz that will guide you to exactly the answers you need regarding 10 DLC. Take the quiz now. It only takes a minute.

Ah, 10 DLC! The very sound of that cryptic acronym suggests big changes. 

Everything is changing in the business texting world. Everything. 

If you’re not aware of it, you need to be. But if you’re scared of it, you shouldn’t be. 

Knowledge is the greatest antidote to fear, so we’ve assembled a list of the thorniest questions in the 10 DLC universe and answered them. 

Let’s start at the top. But, hey, if we’ve missed a question you have, then we want to answer it. 

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Let’s get to it.