As cellphone users, we often receive verification codes from all sorts of merchants. When we first register for an account. Or when we want to activate a sensitive action, like making a payment.
These verification codes are usually 4-6 digits. It is to verify our identification.
To the merchants, sending an SMS verification code to the user can increase account safety. With more hackers attacking the account's safety, a double-checking mechanism can provide more security.
This double-checking mechanism has a name: 2FA (2 factors authentication). It is a method used widely in the SMS messaging industry.
SMS code can also verify the phone number. Valid phone numbers can be valuable to the merchant. The merchant can do more marketing activities to the registered users with a valid phone number. Therefore they need to collect valid phone numbers.
Usually, SMS providers can provide sending SMS verification code services. If you are a business owner, and you want to send verification code to your users, you can look for SMS providers to cooperate with.
Buka is an SMS platform that has been in the SMS industry since 2007.It has cooperated with hundreds of telecommunication operators in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, North Africa, and other regions around the world.
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