The REST API is now available to send messages

Ready in minutes to test the REST SMS interface in 3 steps: Copy code ► Register ► Enable & configure API ► Test

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Copy code in the appropriate programming language


conststring username = "foo";
conststring password = "bar";
var authorization = Convert.ToBase64String(Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes($"{username}:{password}"));

var client = new HttpClient {
    BaseAddress = new Uri(""),          
    DefaultRequestHeaders = {
        Authorization = new AuthenticationHeaderValue("Basic", authorization)

const string message = @"
    ""channel"": ""sms"",
    ""from"": ""0041XXXXXXXXX"",
    ""to"": ""0041XXXXXXXXX"",
    ""content"": {
        ""type"": ""Text"",
        ""text"": ""Hello eCall World"" 

await client.PostAsync("message", new StringContent(message, Encoding.UTF8, "application/json"));

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Register & Login

An account is required to test the interface. This is free of charge.

For security reasons you will receive your password by SMS.

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Activation & configuration

After registering, you can activate the API yourself in your account in the “Interfaces” area and make further configurations.

Do you need more than 40 SMS for testing? No problem. Contact an eCall expert

Download description

Click on the link to download the description as a PDF:

Description eCall REST API | PDF

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