Short codes are ideal for high-throughput programmatic messaging.
Short codes are approved for specific use cases, so if you are experiencing carrier filtering on long codes you may be a good candidate for short codes.
Some of the most common use-cases for short codes in France are:
Short codes can only message users on carriers within the countries in which they are provisioned.
Although Twilio can provision short codes in multiple countries, if your customers are not located in France, you should not obtain a French short code.
FTEU (Free to End User) Short Codes are not supported for this country.
Minimum term commit for the Short Code is 3 months.
If the Short Code does not have any traffic in France for 30 days or more, there is a high chance for it to be withdrawn due to absence of usage.
Refer to this article for detailed explanation on France Short Code Best Practices.
You can choose your France Short Code Throughput from the following MPS selection:
To apply for France Short Code the following details are needed:
Please expect delays on any applications submitted in August or December, as the carriers often experience an annual provisioning freeze period during these times.
Please refer to the following article: How much does a Short Code cost?
To apply for French Short Code please follow these steps:
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