Global Two-Way SMS
The solution to receive SMSWith our global two-way SMS number, people who receive an SMS from you are now able to reply directly via SMS! With this solution any SMS sent from a mobile phone can be forwarded to your applications.
The SMS reply is received by our servers and forwarded by e-mail or HTTP-Get directly to your applications.
Our two-way SMS numbers enable international and operator independent SMS services, using a
single virtual mobile number: People all around the world can send SMS to these
- UK and Swiss numbers are available
- German numbers and numbers of other countries on request
- Global reach -> Coverage List
- One or more numbers exclusively for you
- No more problems with keywords
- No SIM-cards needed
- No setup fee. Just monthly -> Prices
- Very fast setup
The Global Two-Way SMS numbers have no "reverse billing" abilities. The minimum contract period is 12 months.
Forward incoming SMS
You can check the incoming SMS in you personal inbox at aspsms.com or forward them by e-mail or HTTP GET.
After you have purchased your personal Global Two-Way Number you can set the forwarding options under 'My Mobile Numbers'.
To forward SMS you can choose the following options:
You can set an e-mail address to which incoming SMS will be forwarded.
The following options are possible:
- normal E-Mail
- E-Mail formatted as XML
- Microsoft OMS compatible E-Mail
Forward SMS by HTTP GET Request:
You can specify an URL to which we will send an HTTP GET Request for each SMS received. Attention: URL redirection will not be processed.
Example (all on one line no spaces):
http://www.yourdomain.com/moget.asp?MSG=<MessageData> &RCPNT=<Recipient>&ORIG=<Originator>&SCTS= <DateReceived>
The following query string parameters can be transmitted:
<MessageData> <Recipient> <Originator> <DateReceived>
e.g. (all on one line):
The placeholders in ">"<" characters are functional and must not be changed.
The names of the "QueryString-Variables" can be changed
Our system will then substitute the placeholders in ">"<" with URL encoded values.
<DateReceived> is formatted ddmmyyyyhhmmss e.g. 08022005235049
The values can also be forwarded by E-Mail plain/text or XML formatted:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?> <aspsms> <Originator> <PhoneNumber>00417????????</PhoneNumber> </Originator> <Recipient> <PhoneNumber>004476????????</PhoneNumber> </Recipient> <MessageData>Hallo%20Mami</MessageData> <DateReceived>08022005235049</DateReceived> </aspsms>
Please contact us to get more information about the attractive two-way SMS solution.
Latest News2017-05-31: XML Interface: New Server Addresses
Supported operators in your country:
Alands Telekommunikation AB
DNA Networks Ltd
TeliaSonera Finland Oyj