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Developers API



The EAPI (HTTP to SMS API) is a RESTful API that uses simple query parameters 
via URLs.If you can put together a Web page with a form,backed by a scripting 
language(e.g. PHP), you already have most of the skills that you need to send 
SMSs. To get started, read the EAPI manual - or jump straight to Code Samples 
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protected internal string Send_REMS_SMS(string MobileNO, string MSG)
        string result = "";
            HttpWebRequest request = (HttpWebRequest)
            HttpWebResponse response = (HttpWebResponse)request.GetResponse();
            Stream responseStream = response.GetResponseStream();
            StreamReader readStream = new StreamReader(responseStream, Encoding.UTF8);
            result = readStream.ReadToEnd();
        catch (HttpException ex)
            result = "HTTP Error: " + ex.ToString();
        catch (Exception ex)
            result = "Error: " + ex.ToString();
        //return "100 - Msg successfully sent.";
        return result;

VB.Net Code

Imports System
Imports System.IOImports System.Net
Imports System.Text
Partial Class _Default
Inherits System.Web.UI.Page
Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object,
ByVal e As System.EventArgs)
Handles Me.Load
Dim sURL As String
Dim objReader As StreamReader
sURL=""& sUser &
“&password=” & sPassword & “&mobile=” & sNumber & “&sendername=” & sSenderID &
“&message=” & sMessage
Dim sResponse As WebRequest
sResponse = WebRequest.Create(sURL)
Dim objStream As Stream
objStream = sResponse.GetResponse.GetRe
objReader = New StreamReader(objStream)
Catch ex As Exception
End Try
End Sub
End Class

PHP Code

//======== Simple PHP code sample ==========//
* This example requires allow_url_fopen to be enabled in php.ini. 
* If it is not enabled, file_get_contents()
* will return an empty result. 
* We recommend that you use port 5567 instead of port 80, but your
* firewall will probably block access to this port (see FAQ for more
* details):
* $url =;
* Please note that this is only for illustrative purposes, 
* we strongly recommend that you use our comprehensive example
$url ='.urlencode('Testing SMS').'&mobile='.urlencode($msisdn).'&sendername=TESTSN;
//print $response;
	$response = @file_get_contents($url);
	if ($response === false) {
		print "Problem reading data from $url, No status returned\n";
	return $response;

Key features


•	All submissions are made using simple query parameters.
•	Send and receive text messages globally – view our SMS coverage table.
•	Reliable, proven high-volume platform, running on redundant, high 
        availability hardware.
•	Receive reply messages from phones (two-way SMS), without needing 
        dedicated numbers or any extra effort on your part.
•	View detailed reports of all messages sent. Messages sent or received 
        via APIs appear with the rest of your message history.
•	Mobile Originating (MO) reply messages and delivery reports 
         (status reports) are pushed to a URL of your choice.
•	Language-neutral: being HTTP-based, integration is possible from 
         almost any language (PHP, C#, Java, Perl, etc.)
•	Unicode SMS support (70 characters in length).
•	Concatenated message support (messages longer than 160 characters).
•	Support for binary messages (WAP Push, vCards, etc.) 



Allows you to send a single message to one or more recipients or groups (as 
defined in your phone book). Example (to two recipients, text Hi Mom & Dad 
- note URL-encoding):
&message=Hi Mom & Dad&sendername=TESTSN&mobile=8608666333
This example is so simple that it can be pasted into a browser's location 
bar. However, please do not use HTTP GET in production - use only POST. 
To ensure that you are using POST correctly, please use the Code Samples 
as a basis. 



Sending SMS : message&sendername=TESTSN&mobile=8608666333

For Balance Checking :

For Delivery Report : 00:00:01&ToDate=2015-07-27 23:59:59

For Message Status :