TheTexting’s SMS API allows you to exchange Short Message Service (SMS) communications to 180+ countries worldwide. Using TheTexting’s powerful SMS API, users send millions of messages around the globe every day. With simple integration and a 24/7 technical support, you can enjoy the perks of swift global communication and enable SMS on any website, application or system. Plus, you can facilitate two-way SMS where applicable using long numbers as well as send messages with your business name where Sender ID is supported.
In simple terms, an API is a set of clearly defined methods of communication between various software components. In SMS, an API is used as a bridge that connects a software/application to a SMS provider application to serve as a relay in sending messages to mobile users. This allows users to integrate SMS services with their website, third-party applications, mobile applications and CRM. Using an API for sending SMS messages is the easiest way to send automated bulk SMS messages directly from your own platform. After integration, users have the ability to commence sending messages via any application, instantly.
You can create multiple messages and deliver them to your recipients within minutes.
Send messages in any languages like Spanish, Hindi or Arabic eliminating language barrier.
SMS is much cheaper than other communication channels such as emails and calls.
SMS has a 98% open rate which shows how effective and powerful this communication channel is.
TheTexting offers a trial account with $3.00 to all new sign ups to test the service to their satisfaction before any mode of payment.
Enjoy coverage across a range of networks in over 180 countries worldwide.
We have multiple alternative routes standby so you experience no downtime.
24/7 support available if you have any queries or require technical assistance.
With access to the complete documentation and API credentials upon sign up, integration is seamless.
REST makes use of a specific set of constraints or programmatic rules which are applied over the HTTP protocol layer. Simply put, REST refers to the way in which HTTP should be used. A greater variety of API calls and features are available, and therefore, greater development capability. The REST API is still extremely easy to integrate and allows for the use of a number of structured rules for webhooks.
Delivery reports may not be real-time with TheTexting.
Yes, TheTexting also supports concatenated SMS. You can send supersized text messages. *Additional charges will apply on messages with more than 160 standard characters.