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Meet Messente at #MWC2016

- 5 MIN READ - 18 Feb 2016

Our team will be attending Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week. One of the most important topics for us this year will be showcasing our phone number authentication solutions.

User authentication and data protection is a topic that has become increasingly important. This year at MWC we'll be showing our user authentication and phone number verification solutions that are trusted by companies from fintech to logistics to medical services.

On top of the existing tools we recently released a widget which almost completely eliminates the need for technical integration for web apps setting up 2-step verification.

As always there we will have special pricing deals for SMS messaging, especially so for Scandinavia, Russia, Eastern and Central Europe .

Want to have quick chat?

Just send us a twitter message @messente or drop us an e-mail at messente@messente.com.

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