Common short codes (CSCs) are administered by a single CSC Administrator (CSCA) - CTIA-The Wireless Association® - for a group of U.S. wireless carriers.
In addition, the CSCA oversees the technical and operational aspects of CSC functions and maintains a single database of available, reserved, and registered CSCs.
For more information please visit the CSCA site.
Wireless Career Center
A comprehensive job-networking tool that assists both companies and job seekers in the wireless industry to connect with each other.
Wireless Internet Caucus
The WIC exists to accelerate the growth of the wireless data ecosystem in the US. It also serves as a rallying point for wireless Internet companies on public policy issues of importance to the wireless community, such as spectrum management and privacy.
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Common Short Codes
CSCs enable wireless subscribers to voluntarily participate in marketing promotions, request a wide variety of content for delivery to their wireless devices, and much more… all by entering a common code, regardless of their service provider. Marketers as well as business and enterprise customers are currently using CSCs to directly interact with and attract various audiences anytime, anywhere.