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what do you need?


well for example I would like to create a web site where people can send sms....what exactly do you need for a web site to have that.....what kind of application do you need?

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you have buy some sms gateway. there is many available. Or you can buy a SMS modem. But this u need to use sim card or make contract with the Phone Company....

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Hi,
www.clickatell.com it is an online SMS gateway with an extremely easy API
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You can also use a regular phone with the regular API. Nokia used to sell them

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Typically if you want to be able to receive SMS as well, you need to lease an SMS "short code" from one of the wireless providers. These are 5 to 6 digit numbers. These are not cheap, however.

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Hello,

With the service at: http://www.intellisoftware.co.uk/sms-gateway/ , can this be set up on a website, so that visitors to the website have to either have an account, or they pay for the ability to send SMS before they actually send it?

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Anthony

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