BT's Global Services has signed up Tyntec to provide SMS hub servers for network operators too lazy to sign distribution deals with each other. BT already provides signalling services, and carries voice traffic, for fixed and mobile operators around the world, but now the company has added SMS hubbing to the range in the solid …
Surprised they didn't already have a service?
Clueless & Witless do / used to have a service which did inter-carrier routing of SMS and MMS messages over their GRX network. It also used to have a hideously mangled old version of BIND that did the number routing too.
Maybe the Energis idiots have managed to screw that up like everything else they have been allowed to touch. (You know you are special when you make C&W look competent).
I think you'll find Tyntec are mainly based in Munich, although there are offices in the UK and the Isle of Man.
Good company though (from my experience) - good luck to them.
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