Twilio, a cloud communications company, offers Twilio voice, an API that can access phone accounts, numbers, calls, texts, and recordings. This could be helpful particularly for developers who want to gain new customers, because the service provides a wide variety of methods to understand clients' information. This API is about voice in telephonic environments. The site displays guides for calls, call queues, messaging, phone numbers, usage, accounts, and applications. Users can receive support through Twilio forum.
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Accepting PCI-compliant payments can be vital to your business because many people still prefer to call and speak to a live person. This article will show you how, in under five minutes, to capture payment details and charge a credit card using Twilio's TwiML verb and Stripe.