Global Two-Way SMS
The solution to receive SMS
With our global two-way SMS number, people who receive an SMS from you are now
able to reply directly via SMS! With this solution any SMS sent from a mobile
phone can be forwarded to your applications.
SMS reply is received by our servers and forwarded by e-mail or HTTP-Get directly
to your applications.
Our two-way SMS numbers enable international and operator independent SMS services, using a
single virtual mobile number: People all around the world can send SMS to these
numbers. UK and Swiss numbers availableGlobal reach -> Coverage List
One or more numbers exclusively for you
No more problems with keywords
No SIM-cards needed
No setup fee. Just monthly -> Prices
Very fast setup
Global Two-Way SMS numbers have no "reverse billing" abilities. The
minimum contract period is 12 months.
Please select a number range
You have to select a number range first in order to choose a number:
Forward incoming SMS
You can check the incoming SMS in you personal inbox at aspsms.com or forward them by e-mail or HTTP GET.
Forward SMS to E-Mail:
After you have purchased your personal Global Two-Way Number you can set the forwarding options under 'My Mobile Numbers'.
To forward SMS you can choose the following options:
You can set an e-mail address to which incoming SMS will be forwarded.
The following options are possible:
- normal E-Mail
- E-Mail formatted as XML
- Microsoft OMS compatible E-Mail
Forward SMS by HTTP GET Request:
You can specify an URL to which we will send an HTTP GET Request for each SMS received. Attention: URL redirection will not be processed.
Example (all on one line no spaces):
http://www.yourdomain.com/moget.asp?MSG=<MessageData> &RCPNT=<Recipient>&ORIG=<Originator>&SCTS= <DateReceived>
The following query string parameters can be transmitted:
e.g. (all on one line):
The placeholders in ">"<" characters are functional and must
not be changed.
The names of the "QueryString-Variables" can be changed
Our system will then substitute the placeholders in ">"<"
with URL encoded values.
<DateReceived> is formatted ddmmyyyyhhmmss e.g. 08022005235049
The values can also be forwarded by E-Mail plain/text or XML
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1"?>
Please contact us to get more information about the attractive two-way SMS solution.