The Indian telecom sector is the second largest wireless industry market in the World. Direct outreach and low tariffs for consumers has made direct calling and SMS one of the most cost effective ways to sell their services and products. However, telemarketing brought some serious issues of privacy has become a big irritant for customers.
To prevent this growing threat and effective regulation of telemarketing unsolicited commercial messages and calls TRAI has notified The Telecom Commercial Communication Customer Preference Regulations, 2010. These regulations are designed to significantly curb the sending of unsolicited commercial communications to consumers through enhanced enforcement of the National Do Not Call (NDNC) list, now renamed the National Customer Preference Registry (NCPR). All this new regulation on the SMS industry in India come into effect from 27th September, 2011.
CustomersConsumers (landline and mobile) who do not want to receive any kind of commercial or promotional sms or calls can dial or SMS to 1909 (toll free) and register the Number in either of the two categories:
Fully Blocked Categorystoppage of all kind of commercial Calls and promotional SMS .
For registering your number via SMS, for fully blocked category, write START 0 and send it to 1909. And for partially blocked category, send SMS START with one or multiple options from the list of seven categories.
There are at present 7 preferences to choose from
|1||Banking/Insurance/Financial products/credit cards|
|5||Consumer goods and automobiles|
|7||Tourism and Leisure|
|8||If none of the above categories|
For example: To receive messages relating to only Health products, then send SMS START 4 to 1909. Similarly, for receiving messages relating to Real Estate and Education, send SMS START 2,3to 1909.
For more details about that please visit http://nccptrai.gov.in/nccpregistry/ .
This new Trai regulations introduced a number of positive changes in the industry. there are also several aspects of the rules you should aware about that includes:Restricted definition of Service/Transaction messages.
If you provide these below services then you can send SMS on any times
If you are not fallen in above criteria then your SMS would be classified as Promotional messages. As and when TRAI issues further information on allowable Transactional messages, MsgClub.net will changes its policies accordingly.Restricted to Sending of Promotional messages From 9am to 9pm.
According to new rules Message delivery for all kind of Promotional SMS (i.e., non-Transactional message) will be restricted to sending between 9am and 9pm each day. Transactional messages will continue to be process through out the day.Sender ID allocation.
For your promotional messages, MsgClub.net will assign you a 5-digit sender ID. This sender ID is based on codes assigned by the mobile operator to MsgClub.net. And its capacity depends on the registered Telemarketer.Telemarketer Registration.
If a customer wants to sending messages then they are required to register themselves at then please visit the website http://www.nccptrai.gov.in.NDNC scrubbing.
NDNC cleaning will be done by a telemarketer and managers. In the event that a customer wants to do their scrubbing, you can register as a telemarketer http://www.nccptrai.gov.in to gain access to the database NDNC / NCPR.
If you have any other question or Query for that , then feel free to contact us at +91- 9406811130 or email to email@example.com
Download TRAI Document.TRAI regulations for DND and NDNC Number Before 27th September, 2011.
To discourage the Promotional calls and telemarketers who make calls to the numbers registered in Do Not Call List, a provision has been made by TRAI whereby Rs.500/- shall be payable by the telemarketer to the service provider for every first unsolicited commercial communication (UCC) and Rs.1000/- shall be payable for subsequent UCC. There is a provision for disconnection of the telemarketer telephone number / telecom resource if the UCC is sent even after levy of Rs.500/- & Rs.1000/- tariff. In case of non-compliance to the Telecom Unsolicited Commercial Communications Regulations, 2007, the Service Provider is also liable to pay an amount by way of financial disincentive, not exceeding Rs.5000/- for first non-compliance of the regulation and in case of second or subsequent such non-compliance, an amount not exceeding Rs.20,000/- for each such non-compliance.â€
A great advantage of using MsgClub is that its our bulk sms gateway automatically filters the mobile numbers from the NDNC (National Do Not Call) registry. This feature helps you to only send bulk SMS to people who are not on the â€˜Do Not Disturbâ€™, â€˜Do Not Disturb Clients/Customersâ€™ list and will let you promote and market your company ethically which will enhance your companyâ€™s reputation in the market.
We are Always send marketing or advertising or promotional sms after filtering from ndnc filter as per TRAI.If you want to Register or De-Register with NDNC (National Do Not Call), click on that link and follow the procedure for register or deregister with NDNC:DND Registration Check
Suggestion : Be careful because You follow Bulk SMS TRAI regulations for avoid any kind of Bulk SMS spam.From the perspective of Sender of SMS.
We do not send SMS on mobile registered with DND (do not disturb registered numbers as per TRAI in India).But If you have your own data, or client base and they wish to receive SMS from you. You can download an UNDERTAKING FORM here, print it on your company letter head, sign it and send it to us. We will allow you to send SMS on DND numbers (NDNC) and our system will check thoroughly not to send marketing SMS.
We strictly prohibit the SPAM SMS or using hacked data in any case.