You need to provide corresponding qualification certificates to apply for an SMS signature. Please enter the signature content again and upload correct and authentic certificates according to the Signature Review Standards.
A non-identifiable signature is a signature in which the relevant organizational or individual identity cannot be identified. For example, you cannot use
verification code, or
notification as a signature. We recommend you use the name of your organization or application as the signature. For more information, please see Signature Review Standards.
You can apply for up to 50 SMS signatures. To apply for multiple signatures, you need to provide corresponding qualification certificates for each signature.
Approved signatures cannot be modified. You can create multiple signatures and select an appropriate one when sending messages.
If your product has not been released, please use your organization name to apply for a signature for product testing. After it is released, you can apply for a signature containing your product name.
There are many possible reasons; for example, the signature does not meet the submitted certificates or relevant certificates have not been uploaded. Please apply for an appropriate signature as instructed on the signature application page according to the signature review standards.
You need to enter application description only when the signature type is one of the following:
When calling the SendSms API, you can set the
sign field to select the needed SMS signature.
For example, if you have two signatures
Tencent Technology and
Tencent Cloud and need to send SMS messages with the latter, you only need to set the
sign field to
Tencent Cloud and call the corresponding API to send messages.
You should prepare different documents according to your SMS signature purpose and account type. For more information, please see Certificate File List.
Individual users can click Create Signature in Chinese Mainland SMS > Signatures in the console. However, they also need to submit corresponding certificates. For more information, please see Certificate File List.
When you apply for an SMS signature as an individual user, we recommend you use the name of your launched application, WeChat Official Account, WeChat Mini Program, or website filed with the MIIT as the signature and provide corresponding certificates.
When creating a signature for self-use, you need to upload the following certificate materials:
|Signature Type||Certificate File|
|App||You need to upload a screenshot of the application store/market backend|
|Website||You need to upload a screenshot of the website ICP filing backend|
|WeChat Official Account or WeChat Mini Program||You need to upload a screenshot of the ownership of the WeChat Official Account or WeChat Mini Program:
Currently, only enterprises and public institutions are allowed to authorize others to apply for a signature for them. The signature type should be selected as For unverified entities, and the following certificates should be uploaded:
Currently, only enterprises and public institutions are allowed to authorize others to apply for a signature for them.
|Signature Type||Certificate File|
|Company||You need to upload the authorization letter and one of the following enterprise and public institution certificates of the entity that owns the signature:
|WeChat Official Account or WeChat Mini Program|
|Trademark||You need to upload the authorization letter and trademark registration certificate|
|Government/public institution/other||You need to upload the authorization letter and one of the following enterprise and public institution certificates of the entity that owns the signature: