To ensure successful delivery, your contacts mobile numbers should be written in the correct international format. 


Remove the first '0' or '+' of the mobile number and replace it with the relevant international code (e.g. 61 for Australia and 64 for New Zealand). 


Incorrect formatting may result in undelivered messages or a message being sent to an incorrect handset. 


Below are some country specific examples:

  • Australia
    • Country Code: 61
    • Number: 9 digits long, excluding the leading '0'.
    • Eg: domestic number: 0447973739
    • Eg: International number: 61447973739
  • India
    • Country Code: 91
    • Number: 10 digits long, excluding the leading '0'.
    • Eg: domestic number: 09000654321
    • Eg: International number: 919000654321
  • UK
    • Country Code: 44
    • Number: 10 digits long, excluding the leading '0'.
    • Eg: domestic number: 07723654321
    • Eg: International number: 447723654321
  • US
    • Country Code: 1
    • Number: 10 digits long, excluding the leading '0' or '+'.
    • Eg: domestic number: 2126544321
    • Eg: International number: 12126544321
  • UAE
    • Country Code: 971
    • Number: 8 digits long, excluding the leading '0'.
    • Eg: domestic number: 047654321
    • Eg: International number: 97147654321