The SMS API allows developers to send, receive, and get the delivery status of messages sent to one or more AT&T mobile devices.
Short MessageService (SMS) empowers you to reach customers with targeted alerts and information, and enables customers to connect back to you. With SMS, you can send ("mobile originate") or receive ("mobile terminate") text messages of up to 160 characters.
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The AT&T Microsoft SDK is a development kit for multiple AT&T APIs i.e. Speech, Advertising, Device Capabilities, SMS, MMS, and In-App Messaging; written in .NET and C#. This SDK provides developers a way to integrate these APIs with web-enabled Windows applications using .NET and/or C#.