Before you begin sending your SMS campaigns, it is crucial to understand the regulations surrounding messages in the country where you intend to send your SMS.
Non-compliance with these regulations can result in, at best, the blocking of messages by the local operator and, at worst, legal proceedings for violating rules and GDPR.
Please note that this list is not exhaustive and may be updated at any time. As a sender, you must be aware of the rules in your country, and Mailpro cannot be held responsible for the consequences of your non-compliance.
Here are some countries to consider:
Regulations for SMS in Australia

Regulations for SMS in France

Regulations for SMS in Belgium

Regulations for SMS in Germany

Regulations for SMS in Italy

Regulations for SMS in Brazil

Regulations for SMS in Canada

Regulations for SMS in Mexico

Regulations for SMS in Colombia

Regulations for SMS in Panama

Regulations for SMS in Peru

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