Delivery note (DN)

DN is the response from SMSC server. It means, when the SMS sent from our end to the server in Maxis, Digi, Celcom, it will returns a code, informing us if the SMS Center received the message, the code is what we called delivery note.


The implication is, the delivery note do not tell you if the end user received your SMS. Anyone that had used services from many SMS providers know that even though it shows delivered in DN, but some messages are lost.


This is actually out of control of the SMS service provider. But the 2 way SMS technology helps to increase deliver rate to about 99.9%. isms.com.my actually went through a lot of hard work to ensure our customers received the best service.



Other Contact Methods

For further enquiries, please contact us via our contact page or the information below:

E-mail | sales@mobiweb.com.my

Note to registered users: Please include your Username in the email.

If operators are busy, please call the next number below.


Phone Numbers:

  • 1800 87 7061 (Malaysia Toll Free)
  • +604-642 0621 (Penang, Malaysia)
  • +603-2780 3880 (Line 1 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
  • +603-7980 1388 (Line 2 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)
  • +6017-9713727 (Kelantan, Malaysia)
  • +6017-511 8885 (Johor Bahru, Malaysia)
  • +65 8301 0483 (Singapore)
  • +66 2026 0321 (Thailand)
  • +63 9212 358008 (Philippines)
  • +612 8310 5560 (Australia)

Fax:

  • +604-646 8367 (Penang, Malaysia)
  • +603-7980 2388 (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

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