All eCall SMS API
We provide you with all the important interfaces (SMS API)
Interfaces for integrated business messaging via our Swiss SMS gateway.
Easily connect eCall to your applications, websites or apps via our flexible and powerful interfaces. Extend your business as well as your web applications with reliable SMS functionality via the eCall SMS gateway.
For developers, we provide a wide range of sample applications and free source code. Find all interface descriptions for download here.
HTTP/HTTPS access makes it possible to send messages from any software via the Internet. In this way, messages can be sent simply by calling up a URL.
This method is particularly suitable as a solution for web programmers (from PHP, .ASP…) . Simply put, it corresponds functionally to calling up a web page.
The WebService access offers the possibility to send messages to different call systems via standardised web methods.
Universal Computer Protocol (UCP)
To exchange text messages between different network elements and an SMSC, one uses the Universal Computer Protocol (UCP).
This access makes it possible to send a transmission order directly by e-mail to a mobile phone (SMS), to a pager, to a fax (incl. file attachment), or to a telephone (voice message). Any mail programme (MS Outlook, Netscape Messenger, Lotus Notes, …) can be used for this purpose.
This service provides access to the short message peer to peer (SMPP) interface to send SMS. The SMPP interface uses a standard protocol that is primarily used to connect to short message service centres (SMSC) for mobile phones. This direct connection allows, among other things, a large amount of messages to be sent very quickly, easily and reliably.
Via universal TCP/IP access, software can send messages directly via the Internet.
The uniform SMS API of our gateway
simplifies your corporate communication
- Quick and simple to integrate into your business application
- Interface specifications SMPP, WebService, HTTP/HTTPS
- Code examples
- No setup fees for the APIs
- No licence fees