NEWSFLASH - For business-critical applications, we now offer fully redundant API gateways on different bearer Networks and physical locations. Information on using our
redundant gateways can be found
sms2email.com allows users to send bulk SMS text messages, and manage interactive SMS
based services directly via our online web interface. In addition, developers can link
directly to the our gateway via a HTTP Post. This can be done either via standard
non-encrypted port 80 requests or via an encrypted connection using SSL. This gives
developers the opportunity to add interactive sms capabilities to their existing systems
using sms2email purely as an behind the scenes SMS gateway service.
To setup an sms2email account click here.
Ex SMS-WAP customer?
We have developed a gateway which attempts to emulate the old sms-wap ringtone, logo and text HTTP Post
interface, for more details click here.
Email to SMS Gateway (outgoing messages)
If you are looking for a quick and simple way to add SMS functionality to your service, or your systems are already
setup with email notification then have them relayed to you as text messages via our email to sms service, for more details
Premium rate billing (Shortcode) services
(aq)/SMS2email offer a simple-to-integrate API for use with our premium rate mobile terminated (MT) billing services.
Click here to download the connection documentation. We also offer an industry standard SMPP API gateway interface click here to view the technical documentation. Ordering a shortcode cannot be done via our website - please contact us to discuss any aspect of our shortcode or premium services.
HTTP/HTTPS Gateway (outgoing messages)
Developers can use HTTP posts to interface with our systems for outgoing messages, now supporting postback
confirmation for message delivery, for more details click here. For information on
our multiple redundant gateways click here
Extended HTTP/HTTPS Gateway (address book and distribution list sync)
Developers can integrate our address book and distribution list features via this powerful API. This includes
uploading and modifying addressbooks, distribution lists. (note - needs to be used in conjunction with our standard Gateway).
For more details in pdf format click here.
SMPP/SMPP(SSL) Gateway (outgoing messages)
High volume operators can use our SMPP gateway for message delivery. Our gateway is SMPP v3.4 friendly. To view our connection specification document please click here for a conventional SMPP account and please click here for documentation pertaining to our (MT) premium SMS SMPP platform. Note : SMPP account
setup for developers is charged at £50 + vat per month. This fee is waived for all connections passing over 5000 messages/month. To set up an account please contact us.
Sending messages in udh & udp hex format
If you require the ability to specify sms headers for sending concatenated messages or vCards for example,
you can make use of our UDH gateway, for more details click here.
HTTP/HTTPS Gateway (incoming messages)
Developers can use HTTP posts to receive incoming messages, for more details click here.
Developers can use HTTP posts to interface with our systems for remote manipulation of our textback service.
For details of how to do this click here.
WAP PUSH Gateway
Our WAP Push gateway is now operational, for more details and testing
or for general information on WAP Push and other multimedia services click here.
Our MMS gateway is now operational, for more details and testing
or for general information on MMS and other multimedia services click here.
Our monophonic ringtone gateway is now operational, for more details and testing
or for general information on our other multimedia services click here.
Ringtone Content Gateway
In addition to ringtone content delivery, we also offer an XML API in partnership with some of the UK's leading content providers. The content is updated on a weekly basis. Our XML interface allows your website to submit searches in realtime. This means that
if we add content to our portfolio, it is automatically available to users via your website. For more information, please see our pdf document for more information.