After 31 July 2023, all unregistered SMS will be completely blocked into Singapore.
SMS Sender ID Registration (SSIR) was made mandatory on 31 January 2023 for all organizations that use, and aggregators that handle, SMS with alphanumeric Sender IDs for A2P SMS traffic into Singapore.
The six-month transition period, during which all non-registered SMS have been labeled as “Likely-SCAM”, is ending soon so you must complete your registration by 31 July 2023.
iBASIS, as one of Singapore’s first SSIR-authorized participating aggregators, has created this playbook to help you better understand the full SSIR regime and provide top tips and links to help you register.
- Download the playbook today to get all the SSIR facts and tips
- Start the registration process by contacting SGNIC at email@example.com
- Foreign-based businesses can obtain a Singapore Unique Entity Number (UEN) by registering with the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) and can either register as a local subsidiary or foreign branch office
After you’ve registered, iBASIS can help terminate your SMS traffic into the country. Contact SingaporeSSIR@ibasis.net for any questions or advice.