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TynTec to provide high-quality SMS transmission for New Zealand's TNZ Group.

TELECOMWORLDWIRE-20 May 2008-TynTec to provide high-quality SMS transmission for New Zealand's TNZ Group(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com

An agreement to provide high-quality SMS transmission has been signed by TynTec, a mobile messaging operator, with TNZ Group Ltd, a messaging solutions provider in New Zealand.

TynTec said its enterprise quality SMS will be integrated into TNZ's overall suite of messaging solutions for business communications, alongside fax and e-mail, under the terms of the agreement.

According to TynTec, it provides a high level of quality and measurability in SMS due to its offering of connections into the deep-level mobile network (SS7), allowing it to provide unique delivery guarantees and visibility in the SMS transmission process.

TynTec confirmed TNZ will use its feature-rich SMS services with elements such as GSM Return Codes and Buffered Notifications.

TNZ claimed TynTec is able to offer a combination of unrivalled quality of SMS service, with a competitive price, enabling it to provide the best possible service to clients, with the best price. TNZ provides integrated telecomms and Internet messaging services for business communications and incorporating SMS, fax, email and voice communications into a single integrated platform.

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