SMS gateway software: Give a new direction to your marketing campaign
SMS gateway providers offer finest SMS APIs for enabling SMS applications within reasonable time. They are effective and cost effective. They come with innovated features which get integrated easily.
We all know that SMS is about sending messages set through short service. SMS API is about routine SMS sending through any application which is enabled with an SMS service. Applications which can access websites, various databases, and software services through internet are SMS APIs.
For any SMS gateway application provider, software is available for SMS API services. Cost effective strategy is used to keep the clients happy. A business proprietor can send bulk SMSs to his five hundred or more employees at one time. There is hundred percent guarantees that these SMSs will reach their intended destination. SMS gateway provider caters to all US carriers. Special gateway services are available for special clients.
With SMS API 10,000 requests can be forwarded in one single click. There is simulation mode with this service which protects the User’s money. ID’s with this service are User-fed for all messages, and this facilitates in tracking down the SMSs sent.
Clients with SMS gateway service providers are given full satisfaction of two way functional feature with this application. Integration is easy. The website gives full worldwide coverage. A person can request for technical support at all times of difficulty.
The messaging company provides reliable service through US carriers only because it does not want to take any chances with poor services provided through unknown phone carrier companies. Big industries, government sector and businessmen use SMS gateways of the company for uninterrupted service.
APIs are rich in features. Web push is one such feature with which one can be sure of real time delivery of all texts which are inbound. The service makes sure that the SMS has been delivered to the intended party. Good track record is kept of all SMSs sent and received. One can flag outbound messages with replies.
SMS SDK is used for all kinds of operating systems and other platforms.
Replies to API text messages are received through SMS gateway where all the reply messages are stored. Second option is to push messages to the application via HTTP GET the moment they enter SMS gateway.
All messages that have been sent by a messaging gateway provider are tagged with an ID. It is the ID which can be attached to a reply corresponding to the message. The application system makes use of this particular facility.
Messages that are sent via API channel display different numbers from that of a sender. But any reply that is sent via these numbers, certainly reaches the original sender.
One can get a different number for oneself to retrieve messages from one’s handset.
Texting with API
SMS API text characters are limited to 160 in number. Bigger messages are automatically broken down and sent in batches after a gap of every 30 seconds. The receiver is informed about the break in the message. The messages can also by encrypted to make them more secure. Port 443 is used for this purpose.
Line breaks can be added to the messages with a newer addition to the API application.
All API packages come with a sample code. For documentation purpose also, one can get sample codes.
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