Please contact us to our email email@example.com, one of our account managers will contact you and give you a
demo to show you the tool and send you a brief form to complete. A member of our engineering team will contact you
to initiate the interconnection process within 1-3 business days of your submission. Once the interconnection is
completed you will have 200 free tests to start with in the first month.
On June 15th a user purchases a Junior Plan consisting of 200 tests. That user will have until July 14th to use all 200
tests. If the user only uses 100 tests during that period he will lose the remaining 100 unused tests. If on June 27th
the user has exhausted his bank of 200 tests, he can buy a new plan (it can be any plan) on June 27th. The new plan
will be valid until July 26th.
Yes, TestMySMS offers a scheduling option. In the “Schedule” tab you can select the networks, templates, vendors,
frequency, and the criteria for a failed test. You will receive an email notification any time a test is marked as failed.
This is a great option for quality control and will enable you and your team to react to failures immediately
Yes, you can send a test message to a particular number by selecting the vendor and template. Please note that this
test will appear as failed since we cannot verify the reception of the test message to that particular number.
Yes. If your provider is responding with fake DLR you will see the test message has not arrived (indicated by a red X symbol
in the “Res” column) but the DLR signal has in fact arrived (indicated by a green check mark in the “Ven DLR” column).
TestMySMS continues to verify the reception of a test message for 2 minutes. After 2 minutes a test message is
considered failed and the “Res” column is marked with a red X. If the test message arrives after 2 minutes the status
will be change to a green check mark and the time it took to deliver will appear in the “Delay” column.
Yes. If any content was changed TestMySMS will insert a red X inside the “Content” column and display the
difference between the content sent and received in the “Message Diff” column. Any characters that were sent and
not delivered will be shown in red, and any characters that were added during transit will appear in blue.
Yes. If the Sender ID was changed then TestMySMS will insert a red X inside the “Send ok” column. The columns
“Sender sent” and “Sender received” will show the Sender ID sent and the Sender ID received, respectively.