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I had a friend who managed to implement this via email. I believe he did it exactly the same way this site recommends: T-Mobile: email@example.com Virgin Mobile: firstname.lastname@example.org Cingular: email@example.com AT&T: firstname.lastname@example.org Sprint: email@example.com Verizon: firstname.lastname@example.org Nextel: ...
I've been using Twilio for voice and I've been quite impressed. I'm sure their SMS system isn't much different. This will allow you to send to any carrier without knowing the email address to send to (as I've noticed they change over time).
(I work for Twilio) Twilio meets your requirements, with the following caveats: We support short codes with the same simple API http://www.twilio.com/sms/short-codes Opt-in and opt-out capabilities are left up to your application logic We have the cleanest API of any gateway I've used (I was in a similar situation as you prior to working here so I have a ...
Check into UptimeRobot http://www.uptimerobot.com It's free, offers HTTP and ping monitoring every 5 minutes with email, text and RSS notifications. To my soon to be former webhost's chagrin, it's very reliable with uptime monitoring logs and past event tracking.
http://aremysitesup.com/ offers a free plan with 15 minute interval checking, or a paid plan (from $5.42/month) for 5 minute interval checking. If you're just monitoring one site, pingdom's free account offers 1-minute interval checking -- you just need to login once every 90 days to keep it alive: https://www.pingdom.com/signup/free/ (If you're monitoring ...
Try a google search, the exact phrase you will be looking for is "International SMS Gateway". We also use twilio for a couple apps and have to say nothing beats their level of support and developer friendliness. Also contact twilio for a reference. I spoke with them once about SIP programming and they referred me to some great companies. You can also ...
There are many SMS services that will allow you to set the originator to your Google number. If you are planning to send to the US, then this is different because the US carriers require to certify the originators (in most cases) so the end user can also opt out, request information about the service, etc, but if you are planning to send SMS to other ...
mon.itor.us and SiteUptime have free/ad-supported plans. Check are only at 30-minute intervals however. They both have plan upgrades which measure at 5 minute intervals and are cheaper than Pingdom, so you might find a reasonable cost/benefit trade-off.
Twilio costs $0.01 per message (Non-US is in private beta). As for adverts, I just googled SMS adverts and got a load of companies that sell advertising. Maybe get in touch with a few of them and ask them.
A provider supporting both MO & MT messaging (Mobile Originating and Terminating, respectively) is Clickatell. Based on your intentions, I believe you're looking for long code support, which Clickatell definitely does. Related reading that will assist: Clickatell's API documentation, including HTTP/S, FTP, SMTP, etc. Clickatell's "callback" ...
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