The service provides SMS text messaging triggered by a number of methods, including HTTP calls, SMPP connection, and upload of Excel files. In each case, the user application specifies the recipient number and message body text, either as URL parameters or data recorded in spreadsheet cells. The service can deliver individual messages generated for specific purposes or bulk SMS messaging to deliver the same message to multiple recipients.
Message delivery can reach recipients via more than 820 mobile networks worldwide.
API methods support submission of HTTP requests with parameters specifying recipient and message text. Methods also allow uploads of files specifying message and recipient. The API accepts and routes replies and other inbound text messages and provides account management functions like available balance inquiries.
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