How to Manage Spam SMS

Spam SMS are unsolicited SMS (Short Message Services)  you received from unknown senders or numbers that are not in your Smartp contact. You suddenly received them without notification as they are been sent from spammers, who guessed people’s numbers and spread the messages.
For responsibility, many people are completely holding their GSM Network Providers responsible. But, this is not true because they are not only the people behind it, for the spammers who are responsible for the act are running accounts opened with Web-SMS-Subscription Management Companies, which are not exactly online bulky-SMS sellers or GSM Network Providers. These companies help their clients manage SMS-subscription account via website and phones. It is of true that spammers go to these companies run accounts with them. For example, in Nigeria; GISTME Communication helps MTN, GLO and other Individuals to manage SMS subscription account and other services. And there are others, even Nigeria SMS Depot. However, I am not here to express who is responsible in the case of Spam SMS in Nigeria, also not accusing any of these companies to be responsible, rather the way forward. 

For benefits, despite the activity that it is annoying, but Spam SMS in most of the messages is educating. However, you want to manage it, do the followings:

1. Install an app called POSTMAN or SMS SPAM FILTER,

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2. For the POSTMAN, change the default setting as shown in this picture below;

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3. Finished.
Disclaimer:

www.helpsmartp.com did not say that GISTME Communication or Nigeria SMS Depot are responsible for SMS spamming in Nigeria.

www.helpsmartp.com does not develop any smartphone app, but we only recommend tested apps. So we advised you on the followings:  

  • *To download every app from your play store and read the terms of usage.  
  • *Do not use transfer apps from friends to avoid contaminating virus.
  •  *Before the installation of any app, check the remaining size of your RAM (click here for the steps), if it still remains sufficient.
  •  *Uninstall Social Apps that you do not have account with.

Disclaimer:

www.helpsmartp.com does not develop any smartphone app, but we only recommend tested apps. So we advised you on the followings:

  • *To download every app from your play store and read the terms of usage.
  • *Do not use transfer apps from friends to avoid contaminating virus or malware.
  • *Before the installation of any app, check the remaining size of your RAM (For android, click here for the steps), and iPhone, click here, if it still remains sufficient.
  • *Uninstall Social Apps that you do not have account with.

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