For full SMS API documentation visit My Mobile Api

Alternatively you can download all documentation directly from the links below.


HTTP Post/get

Web Services allow RPC’s (Remote Procedure Calls) into the SMS Gateway.  Currently our API provides the following functions:


SMS Character Set HTTP API Document Java Example Client PHP Example Client MS Access 2007 Auto Login Script Return HTTP Post

Web Services

FTP Upload

This is suitable for high volume messaging. The FTP upload facility allows customers to upload text files to a FTP server, and have the files automatically dispatched to message recipients.


SMS Character Set FTP API Document FTP File Example Watch Video

SQL (Windows Service)

The windows service has been written to facilitate all the communication between a locally installed application and our SMS Gateway.


SMS Character Set Overview Source Code Installation Guide Usage Guide

Email to SMS

Send SMS using an email client. This is best suited to low volume SMS Sending.


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Outlook to SMS

Send SMSs using Outlook 2010. This is best suited to low volume SMS sending


Sending SMS from Outlook 2010


Our SMPP connection is ideal if you need to send out a high volume of messages each month, and need to do so at high speed. With an SMPP connection, you’re continuously connected to our gateway, and the standard protocol requires no programming if you have SMPP software installed.