Mobile (SMS) messaging remains the only way to reliably reach someone instantly.
Back in 1996 we launched eSMS, the world's first global gateway between mobile networks and the Internet. Fast forward more than a decade and we are predominantly a VoIP wholesaler but bring our full experience in SMS to the mix.
Today 97.5% of SMS messages are read within 5 seconds, and it remains the preferred means of sending notifications for things such as server alerts, weather-related notices, appointment reminders etc.
Our API provides an easy means of sending SMS messages from your own applications, using the same credit balance as your voice services.
SMS message can be sent with a simple HTTP POST request. Our API also supports delivery notification and multi-part messages.
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