aspsms.com Newsletter, 11.2015
Dear Joachim von Watt
As a registered client of ASPSMS youget the latest information about our newly available SMS applications.Contents
Case Study: Swiss Parliament Elections 2015 - Winner: SMS
Swiss parties, political associations and interest groups have realized that sending a text message to their communities brings more voters for their party or for their referendum.
Important topics and contents are sent in time to the mobile phones of the recipients. Reception is confirmed by the recipient's handset. The ones who have done their homework have requested for permission (opt-in) to send central and crucial information via SMS communication channel in advance.
Clearly the reminder - respectively requesting the electorate (party, association, IG) to vote makes a lot of sense. It can be a game changer and bring needed votes for the party or for the referendum.
Since you do not know whether and how your colleagues can be reached, or which communication channel they actually use, the classic SMS is the adequate way to reach a maximum number of recipients.
To receive a text, it is sufficient to be connected with the mobile phone to the GSM network. There is no WiFi and no packet data connection required. 98% of text messages are read immediately.
The party "Go Switzerland" collected mobile phone numbers since mid-2010. At each event people are asked if the party should send infos and through what specific channel:
On Tuesday, 13.10.2015 before the parliamentary elections of 2015, the party "Go Switzerland" sent on behalf of their party president Sepp Yilmaz the following SMS:
SMS 1 (National Council and Senate Election)
Dear Go Switzerland friends, have you and your family members already voted? Send your ballot until Friday or go to the polls Sunday. Thank you, Sepp Yilmaz - www.go+switzerland.ch/sms/
Between October 27 and November 17 the party "Go Switzerland" again sends SMS as a reminder to go to the polls at fot the second round of voting in the Cantons A, B and C:
SMS 1 (Senate election: 2nd round in canton A)
SMS 2 (Senate election: 2nd round in canton B)
SMS 3 (Senate election: 2nd round in canton C)
Both SMS are highly efficient: they are personal and call to be active right there, where it matters.
Often the second round of Senate elections goes into oblivion, because people have already voted - now I have to vote again?
The rigorous work of recent years pays off: An SMS costs only 0.06 to 0.16 CHF. This is, for example, cheaper than a postage stamp at a mail delivery and reception of SMS is even confirmed by the recipient's handset.
* This Case Study is fictional.
And that's how it goes:
ASPSMS Volume Discounts
Take advantage of our generous volume discounts by purchasing the planned quantity of ASPSMS Credits for the coming year at once.
We offer five different price categories
What are ASPSMS Credits and how do I buy some?
For sending an SMS, you need so-called ASPSMS credits,which are purchased in advance. The ASPSMS credits donot expire.
Up to an amount of CHF 800.00 you can pay by bank transfer, postal card, Paypal, Mastercard, Visa, Diners Club or American Express. From a price of CHF 800.00 on, you can conveniently pay by bank transfer.
If you want to buy ASPSMS credits for a different amount, we are happy to send you a VAT-ready invoice as PDF document.Please contact our support to do so.
Details for Bank Transfers
Please mention your ASPSMS account's "Client-ID: 0" and "aspsms.com"in the payment description.
Credit Warnings: Never run out of ASPSMS Credits
With this feature you can let yourself be informed bySMS and/or e-mail if your credit balance reaches orgoes below a certain level.Enter as many recipients, warning levels and warningmessages as you need.
And that's how it goes:
List your ASPSMS application at our 3rd-party solutions!
Take the chance and additionally advertise your own ASPSMS based softwaree.g. your content management system or your branch specific solution thatsends SMS through the ASPSMS system on:
That's how it works:
Examples for an listing on ASPSMS 3rd-party solutions:
Products based on the
|Purpose and business examples|
|SMS tools for End Users|
|Microsoft Office Outlook 2013-2016: Email to SMS||free|
|Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 Mobile Service||free|
|Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Mobile Service||free|
|SMSBLASTER web edition||free|
|SMS Blaster Windows Edition||free|
|SMS touch for iPhone and iPod touch||Shareware|
|ECO-SMS - Ökologische SMS!||Shareware|
|Cybersystems mscrmSMS||see price list for details|
|Jabber-Client Chatopus for Palm OS||small one-time payment|
|delight Software GmbH||see price list for details|
|ASPSMS Widget for Mac||free|
|SMS scripts and interfaces for developers|
|ASPSMS Dot Net Assembly on NuGet||free|
|ASPSMS JSON API (REST)||free|
|C# Microsoft ASP.NET Identity MVC (for SOAP)||free|
|Node.js interface for ASPSMS||free|
|PHP Class for ASPSMS SOAP web service||free|
|SOAP Web Service||free|
|ASPSMS SMTP Interface||free|
|VBscript Class (ASP)||free|
|PHP - Python - C# - Java||free|
|Jabber to SMS for Server Admins||free (open source)|
|SMS Blaster Visual Basic Source Code||free|
|Supported networks around the world|
Latest News2018-05-31: XML Interface: New Server Addresses
Supported operators in your country: