Ireland- TEST 1
Alphanumeric senders are allowed in Ireland. You can send SMS with a name/letters as the sender.
The mobile networks in Ireland all use the GSM character set. Unicode messages and concatenated SMS are supported in Ireland.
Two Way Messaging can be configured in Ireland with long codes or shared and dedicated short codes.
All operators in Ireland support reliable handset delivery receipts for SMS.
Dedicated and shared short codes are allowed after complete registration of your service. Irish operators also allow dynamic numeric senders and long codes.
There are no content restrictions for SMS in Ireland other than those that prevent abuse (spam, phishing, etc).