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Indian Telecom companies start filtering SMS without blocking messages

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) in its letter to telecom companies asked telecom companies to start filtering SMS using block chain technology.

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TRAI circulated instructions to telecom companies and asking to start filtering SMS from March 17, 2021. However, the regulator asked telecom companies not to block no message even if it is not compliant with the necessary model rules.

According to an ET Telecom report, businesses won't have to worry about dealing with message blocking issues for now.

The last time the regulator implemented the rule, about 400 million messages were blocked, including important SMS like OTP and others. Therefore, this news will be a great relief for companies / businesses that, for whatever reason, have not been able to implement and comply with the new SMS regimes.

SMS filtering should continue and everything should be logged

TRAI asked telecommunications companies to continue monitoring messages. It said regardless of the content, please deliver the message but record any missing messages in accordance with the new model.
Telecom companies will use Blockchain Technology to eliminate messages. 

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All SMS content will be filtered using pre-recorded templates. In addition, telecommunications companies will have to summarize all recorded data, which will then have to be submitted to the authority twice a week.

It is worth noting that telecom companies have been leaking messages since the last week. As they stopped blocking messages, SMS filtering continued. This is done so that individual companies that do not follow the rules of the SMS model can be helped to implement it in their system.

Operators have already listed around 1.2 million white SMS templates, and if they can identify 3,00,000 more, the SMS traffic will be 100% compliant with the new template rules.

The regulator and operators are in a hurry to implement the new SMS system. This is due to the order passed by the Delhi High Court which does not want to see further delays.

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