The XML API makes it simple to integrate legacy systems with our SMS Gateway. It provides excellent interoperability amongst heterogeneous systems because it is language independent.

Why choose XML?

  • Supports text, Unicode, binary SMS and flash messaging.

  • Supports extended length messages.

  • Converts ringtones and logos into the correct format.

  • Use our VCard and VCal converters.

  • Delivery acknowledgement and Sender ID can be set up.

  • Gateway escalation: Should the message be delayed for a predefined length of time, it can be escalated to an alternative delivery gateway. Queuing lets you specify up to 3 prioritized queues which your messages can be sent out on.

  • Specify a delay of up to 7 days when sending messages.

  • Batch sending is available.

  • Two-way messaging is not a feature of XML but you can make use of HTTP, FTP or SMPP to receive incoming messages.

The XML API is ideal for:

Using SMS to streamline your business processes and improve general productivity within your organization.

Simple SMS API integration

We’re a trusted SMS gateway provider with the capability to deliver international SMS messages securely, reliably and instantly to over six billion people worldwide. With our gateway, you can SMS-enable any application, website or system, and it’s the easiest and most affordable way to send SMS messages.

Our message delivery undergoes sophisticated load balancing, and because we’re totally network independent, our intelligent routing technology always seeks out the lowest-cost routes.

We’re proud of our relationship with mobile networks across the globe:

1000+ carriers in 220+ countries and territories mean that our customers have the potential to reach 98% of the world’s population. Each carrier helps us proactively manage the delivery of every message by selecting the highest quality routes available at the time of sending.

Try it for yourself by signing up for a Developers Central account, and you’ll receive free credits to test our SMS platform.

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