Nexmo allows your apps to directly connect to mobile carriers in over 200 countries. Integrate SMS and Text-to-Speech.
To use these Choreos:
You'll need a Nexmo account, which you can create here.
Retrieve your Nexmo API Key and API Secret. You can find your Nexmo API Key and Secret in the API Settings menu on the top right of the Nexmo dashboard.
Make sure that your Nexmo number is configured correctly. When making calls with Nexmo, your number must be Voice-enabled. When sending SMS messages, it should be SMS-enabled. Your Nexmo number can be found by going to the Numbers tab in your Nexmo account.
Note: Nexmo free trial accounts can only send messages or make calls to registered phone numbers. Your registered Test Phone Number can be found here.
Short for (Delivery Receipt). Nexmo uses the prefix DLR or DR to identify callback URLs for a delivery receipt.
Short for (Mobile Country Code). Some Nexmo methods allow you to optionally supply a network code, which uniquely identifies a mobile carrier.
Short for (Mobile Originated). Nexmo uses the prefix MO to identify callback URLs originating from a mobile device.
Short for (Mobile Station ISDN). The telephone number assigned to a user on a GSM or UMTS network.
Short for (Short Message Peer-to-Peer). A TCP/IP based protocol that supports transmission of medium to high volumes of SMS messages. The advantages SMPP offer over traditional GSM based protocols are volume, speed, reliability, two-way communications and support for delivery receipts.
Short for (Time to live). A mechanism that defines how long a text message will live on the network before being discarded.
Short for (Text-To-Speech). A mechanism that converts text to speech. Nexmo supports a variety of languages and fine-grained control of the way the speech is spoken.
Short for (User data header). Binary metadata placed at the beginning of a SMS. The most common use of UDH is to enrich the content of a text message with colors, text formatting and pictures.
Short for (Wireless Access Point). A device (usually a router) that allows wireless devices to connect to a network using WiFi.