TelQ SMS testing tool features allows you to verify, monitor and improve the quality of delivery of your supplier's SMS routes.
Check out the full list of our testing platforms features.
If you frequently send tests with a particular sender ID or content, you can save them as a template for future use. You can also upload your templates from excel or use existing standard templates that we created.
Send test SMS to our local mobile handset test numbers and check if they are being delivered. Compare the real receipt status from our handset with the delivery report of your supplier to identify fake DLRs and ensure optimal routing of your Bulk SMS traffic…
Identify fake DLRs by comparing the SMPP status with the receipt status from our testing node.
If your test SMS is delivered, but the Sender ID or content is replaced, you will be notified.
You will be provided with a comparison of the text delivered and the text sent. This allows you to select the bulk SMS route that delivers content most reliably.
Check what content your test SMS are being delivered with.
Get notified if the content gets modified.
Check the real SMS sender ID features of your routes and what is actually being delivered on our local mobile test numbers.
Check which sender ID your SMS are being delivered from.
Get notified if your sender ID gets modified.
Once the test SMS is delivered to our test number, we provide you with raw PDU data of the received message. PDU provides you with the full technical details of the delivered message for advanced analysis. For example, PDU allows you to decode the UDH settings of a delivered test.
We can retrieve the SMSC information once your SMS test message reaches our testing node. This information can help you to determine the route type and potentially also the original provider of the route.
We provide the exact SMSC number the SMS was sent from.
We perform an SMSC lookup and try to determine the SMSC owner.
You can check the latency between the message being sent and the message being delivered to our testing device. You can also compare it to the DLR delay provided by your supplier.
Check how long it actually takes to deliver SMS to the handset.
Compare receipt status delays to DLR status delays.
Besides standard test numbers, we also allow our customers to send messages to the numbers that have been ported. This allows them to check if their supplier can also deliver SMS to ported numbers.
Check if your providers support mobile network portability.
Compare delivery results to ported and non-ported numbers.
If you would like to use more advanced settings, we’ve got you covered. Pick a custom TON/NPI and Protocol ID as well as Data Coding settings when sending messages with SMPP protocol.
Use custom TON/NPI settings for your sender ID.
Use custom data coding for your content.
UDH settings allow you to test the advanced functionality of your supplier’s SMSC, such as the support of silent SMS used by Apple and some other companies. Send test SMS with custom UDH and decode the results from the PDU.
You can schedule tests to be sent in intervals and receive custom alerts if certain delivery criteria are met or not met. Test scheduling allows you to automate quality monitoring of critically important routes.
Time to Live or TTL is a value that will help you indicate to our platform how long you are willing to wait for the final test result. It can help you quickly resolve escalations from your clients.
Set the TTL value on a batch level or for all accounts across your organization.
The default TTL is 60 minutes. You can set this value from 5 minutes to 12 hours.
Main account privileges can be shared with your colleagues by turning their sub–account into a deputy one. Share sub-account management, invoices and payments with your colleagues and delegate tasks across your team.
Have visibility of all tests, templates and sub-account activities.
Send test messages that look identical to your live traffic by modifying the Test ID Text value to blend in your content. You can change this value to alpha, alphanumeric, numeric and WhatsApp code, select your case (upper, lower or mixed) and any length from 4 up to 20 characters.
Save time and effort by setting a default ID value for your own account.