NetMessenger API Examples
The NetMessenger API (Applications Programme Interface) is one of the most important and commonly used SMS solutions offered by Fastsms.
It is widely implemented by users and, more particularly, by software developers to add 2 way SMS functions to in house and third party software and systems. This would typically include CRM (Customer Relationship Management) systems, contact databases, alert systems and much more.
To make it easy to implement SMS integration using the API we provide a wealth of documentation, including sample code, including pHp, ASP and XML, in the Developer Zone of the Fastsms Support Centre.
- HTTP API Documentation
- XML API Documentation
- PHP API Examples
- ASP API Examples
- API FAQs
- API Troubleshooting
- GSM Character Set
- Country Codes
- System Requirements
As new questions are raised we add to and update this information frequently.
As well as the Developer Knowledge Base we are always happy to receive specific enquiries or requests via our 24/7 live chat (see bottom right of page) or by email to email@example.com.
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