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Taiwan SMS messaging regulations and restrictions

If you’re sending SMS messages to Taiwan, it’s important to keep in mind that if you’re using Chinese characters, you’ll have fewer characters per SMS. See the details as well as further restrictions and regulations in the table below. You can also read more online at the National Communications Commission.

We recommend working with a sales advisor to ensure compliance with all SMS regulations. Get in touch now and set up your messaging program with the help of our experts.

Restriction Description
DND exists No
Time restrictions No
International vs local split No
Local traffic N/A
International traffic N/A
General content restrictions If you’re using Chinese characters, you’ll have a maximum of 65 characters per SMS.
Content registration required No
Opt-out instructions required No
Sender ID regulations Sender IDs are generally overwritten with local long codes or short codes.
Sender ID documentation required N/A
Country supports MNP Yes


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