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SMS Send & Receive on Ericsson Labs is a SMS wrapper to build server side applications for regular SMS and flash-SMS

SMS Send & Receive on Ericsson Labs is a SMS wrapper to build server side applications for regular SMS and flash-SMS

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  • SMS Send & Receive A labs.ericsson.com enabler http://labs.ericsson.com/apis/sms-send-and-receive/
  • SMS Send & Receive SMS Send & Receive is quite simply a web API for sending and receiving SMS text messages. At your disposal you have the Ericsson Labs Swedish short code 72223, as well as the shared international number +46 73 7494050. 2
  • Main Features Send different types of short messages – Regular SMS – Flash SMS Register a ”service identifier” and have all incoming messages starting with this identifier forwarded to your web service. Free SMS’s up to a limit (1000) 3 View slide
  • SMS Send & Receive Overview Ericsson Labs To: 7 <key 2223 SMS Server word > Ericsson Labs Developer Key Service Identifier Se n d HTTP Key authentication SMS SMS handler 4 View slide
  • Server API The send function provides a simple REST-like interface for sending SMS messages from either the international number or the Swedish short code, the number used depends on the country code of the recipient. The base URL for sending SMS messages has the following format. http://sms.labs.ericsson.net/send Requests are standard HTTP GET or POST, with parameters either placed in the URL or in the payload in the following manner: key=[KEY]&to=[MSISDN]&message=[MESSAGE] 5
  • Example application SMS Billboard - A dynamic screen to send comments to 6
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