Mobile Terminated Message
MT Message refers to where a message was terminated on or delivered to via a mobile device.
How Bandwidth is Involved with MT Messages
Bandwidth’s messaging services allow our customers to use MO (Mobile originated) and MT messages to better their business.
For example, let’s say that your business offers appointment reminders that your customer can either ‘confirm’ or ‘cancel’. The message containing the word “Confirm” that your customer sends to agree to the appointment is considered the MO message. Upon receiving this message, your business may have programmed an automatic reply such as “Thank you”. The message that your customer receives saying “thank you” on their mobile device is considered to be the MT Message.
What Are the Benefits of Bandwidth’s Messaging Services like MT Messages
At Bandwidth, we understand how important messages are when connecting businesses to their customers. Whether your business uses messaging to remind someone about tickets to hear their favorite band or about an appointment to hear their baby’s first heartbeat, your messages matter to us.
That’s why Bandwidth provides a Messaging API that sits atop our own network. Our customers experience fast, reliable messaging solutions that can grow with your business. Since we own and operate the network, you get to avoid the middleman. Your business can enjoy cost savings on effective, scalable messaging solutions which allows you to get back to what matters most.
Where We Talk About MT Messages
On our site
- Bandwidth Messaging Services
- Send SMS/MMS
- Why is A2P Messaging Better with Toll-Free Numbers?
- Application-to-Person (A2P) Messaging
In our downloads
- 5 Good Reasons Your Software Platform Can’t Ignore Text Messaging
- Messaging First: Why Texting Will Overtake Other Channels to Deliver a Great Customer Experience
- ProviderTech Takes a Dose of Bandwidth’s Messaging API to Enhance Patient Engagement
Our lawyers have asked us to remind you that, in the event of any conflict between these defined terms and the defined terms included in any agreement between you and Bandwidth, the agreement controls.
“Bandwidth” refers to Bandwidth Inc. and/or Bandwidth.com CLEC, LLC.