On Wed, 01 Dec 2004 16:57:39 +0000, Dave O'Connor <0034452 at student.ul.ie> wrote:
>> O2 strangely don't provide text services. The company I'm working for
> needed this and tried getting in contact with most of the mobile
> providers in Ireland.
>> Much head-banging later we went with clickatell. They can do receiving
> and sending sms's. There's an api which you can use and their prices
> aren't bad at all.
>> The sms interface can be slow at times but maybe the xml/curl interface
> is faster than the curl/fopen one which we used. We may change it in the
> future to see, didn't have time then.
Just on this note, does anyone know how to go about running one of
these services where a user texts a number costing maybe 30cents and
gets a reply?
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