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Re: SMS gateway

 Thanks for your help, guys. I think my problem is the time - I don't 
have enough of it. I was really looking for a company that offered a 
service. If I do go down the DIY route, I'll keep you all posted... 

Alexandre Walter Pretyman wrote: 
> Yes, you can, there are a few SMS APIs, I've heard of success stories 
> with a Java SMS API, can't remember the name though, google is your 
> friend in these times of strife. 
> Don't forget to report your progress (: 
> Alexandre Walter Pretyman 
> IT - VAS 
> +55-21-8113-1639 
> [hidden email] 
> -----Original Message----- 
> From: [hidden email] [mailto:[hidden email]] On Behalf 
> Of Tom Haskins-Vaughan 
> Sent: sexta-feira, 11 de janeiro de 2008 18:55 
> Cc: L-blu 
> Subject: Re: SMS gateway 
> Can you use a normal SIM card. I mean could I take mine out of my phone 
> and use that? 
> Ward Vandewege wrote: 
>> On Fri, Jan 11, 2008 at 03:08:21PM -0500, Tom Haskins-Vaughan wrote: 
>>> Hi there, I know this is a little off topic but here goes: 
>>> Doe anyone know of a _low volume_ SMS/text gateway? I'm looking for a 
> 2-way 
>>> solution and the best I've come up with is hundreds of dollars per 
> month 
>>> after a whopping great set up fee. I'm looking to send/receive fewer 
> than 
>>> 100 texts per month. 
>> You could buy an sms foxbox (a little pricey) or the 'gprs kit' (a 
> little 
>> cheaper) from here: 
>> We've got an sms foxbox at work for oob notifications, works like a 
> charm... 
>> Thanks, 
>> Ward. 

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