Application Program Interface

PaylessSMS API, an abbreviation of Application Program Interface, is a set of routines, protocols, and tools for building software applications. The API specifies how software components should interact and APIs are used when programming graphical user interface (GUI) components

PaylessSMS API allows application developer to integrate on their application and send the sms to all the numbers at one shot without login to their sms panel. Anyone can integrate the PaylessSMS API into their applications, software, website, etc.,



1. All API Calls

All API calls are to be made in a url encoded via HTTP request (GET or POST) to API To Send SMS API URL[Your+SenderID] &to=[Your+Recipients]&message=[Your+Message]&mms=0&unicode=0&media=[Multimedi_file_url] to authenticate the user. In addition to the username and password, we also add a second layer of security in the form of SMS passcodes or hardware tokens or push notifications according to each individual’s smart phone authentication app services.

2. How To Implemented Schedule SMS On PaylessSMS With API

  • API To Schedule SMS
  • API URL[Your_API_KEY]&sender= [Your+SenderID]&to=[Your+Recipients]&message=[Your+Message]&sendondate=2016-06-29 14:14:30


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PaylessSMS Interface

PaylessSMS API is a well-defined software interface which enables code to send short messages via a SMS Gateway. ... SMS APIs are used to allow web applications to easily send and receive text messages through logic written for standard web frameworks

SMS Web Service

The Paylesssms SMS Web Service is a comprehensive two-way SMS messaging service that provides a website, Web service or application developer with the ability to incorporate methods to send, receive and track SMS messages via an internet link, without the need to install any additional client applications or components.

There’s Power in Triggered Messages!

The average email open rate climbs gradually after sending for about 24 hours. The average SMS open rate spikes, with 70% of opens happening in the first 60 minutes.
This immediacy allows for triggered SMS messages. For example, if you have a regular customer over a period of time, and they stop coming into your store, you can send them a text with deals to get them to come back.
These messages can be triggered by any action (or inaction) by the customer, from not coming to visit your ecommerce shop to buying a particular product. These triggered messages are also great ways to ask for feedback from your customers
This may be the most important tip to follow if you want your SMS campaign to be successful. For one thing, remember that most carriers limit the length of a text message to 160 characters. Besides that, however, the faster you get to the meat of your message, the better.