We are glad to inform you that we also power SMS Alerts for Transactions executed by customers of various companies, financial institutions, e-commerce sites and the likes.
Our SMS API can interface with any application/software and integration is easy. We have created relevant libraries to make integration easier for developers. Our primary HTTP API can be found at www.kudisms.net/#api
A lot of companies are already taking advantage of this service and they have been enjoying it. Talk to us today to get started via 07036654539, firstname.lastname@example.org and via Live Chat on www.kudisms.net
Since the introduction of Do-Not-Disturb service across all GSM Networks in July, 2016, there has been lots of complaints by many GSM subscribers. The bulk of these subscribers had DND activated on their lines by the GSM operators without their consent.
An attempt to deactivate DND from their lines with the normal codes provided proved abortive because the system returns a response saying the lines are not on DND. In this case, the simple work around is to manually activate then deactivate DND from the line.
Below is a list showing the various DND Deactivation codes for the GSM networks.
We have a robust API that can be integrated into any application or website for the purpose of sending out SMS alerts/notifications for specific actions/purposes as desired. Use cases are Reseller Websites, Banking Applications, Fintech Applications, Phone Verification, SMS Alerts etc
If you are an SMS Portal creator user and are looking to integrate a credible and reliable SMS API with your website, look no further as we have simplified our API for easy integration by SPC users.
The HTTP API parameters are shown below.
KUDISMS API FOR SPC USERS
HTTP API: http://account.kudisms.net/api/?username=xxxx&password=yyyy
&sender=@@sender@@&mobiles=@@recipient@@&message=@@message@@ API response on Success: Ok API Response confirmation: Contains Account balance API: http://account.kudisms.net/api/?username=xxxx&password=yyyy&action=balance API Protocol: HTTP POST Push to API as: Bulk
Dear Customer, we are glad to inform you of our New Android App. The New KudiSMS App is an upgrade to the former App. It helps you send messages directly to your phone contacts and also comes with very exciting features that enables you send both Bulk SMS and Voice SMS/Text-To-Speech.
In this article, we will be looking at how to access the numbers of messages sent on www.kudisms.net . This makes it easier to resend messages to the same contacts another time.
The following the steps will serve as a guide:
Log in to www.kudisms.net
Click Reports on the menu bar
Click Message History.
Enter the Sender ID of the Message in the Search Bar and also adjust the Start and End date of the Calendar to reflect the date the message was sent as shown in the screen shot below.
5. When the Message is displayed, click the MESSAGE DETAILS text beside the Serial Number as shown above. This will open the Message details in a New Tab. You can then copy the numbers and resend your desired Message to them.
Thanks for going through this, we will be posting more Tutorials as the need arises.
Short Message Service (SMS), more colloquially known as ‘text,’ is a protocol used for sending short messages over mobile networks. The first SMS was sent in 1992; By 2010, SMS was the most widely used data application, adopted by 80 percent of mobile subscribers.
Then, came the rise of the smartphone.
Smartphones paved the way for consumers to communicate through a variety of outlets – from email and instant messaging to over-the-top content messaging apps.
However, despite the growth in other communication channels, SMS is still widely in use and remains one of the primary channels of communication. Why? Here are four crucial reasons.
SMS is the most effective way to reach users, with a 90 percent read rate in minutes