To send SMS messages to Sweden, use the international prefix +36. CM has a direct connections to Three, Telenor and Tele2 and one-hop to Telia and indirect access to a live MNP database of Sweden. Use CM's platform for all your SMS services, SMS marketing campaigns, SMS alerts and SMS voting in Sweden. Contact our sales department for more information about SMS messaging regulations and restrictions in Sweden.
Alphanumeric senders are allowed in Sweden. You can send SMS with a name/letters as the sender.
The mobile networks in Sweden all use the GSM character set. Unicode messages and concatenated SMS are supported in Sweden.
Two-way messaging in Sweden can be configured with long numbers and dedicated or shared short codes.
All operators in Sweden support reliable handset delivery receipts for SMS.
Dedicated and shared short codes are allowed after complete registration of your service. Swedish operators also allow dynamic numeric senders and long codes.
There are no content restrictions for SMS in Sweden other than those that prevent abuse (spam, phishing, etc).