Code Snippets - Sending SMS through ASP.NET

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Today I am describing you simplest way to send SMS using ASP.NET and API from SMS providers.


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Here Pawan Kumar will explain how to Send SMS through ASP.NET

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Today I am describing you simplest way to send SMS using ASP.NET and API from SMS providers.

Whenever you will get SMS's from providers they will also provide you

  1. userid
  2. password
  3. senderid

They will provide you API to integrate with your website to send sms.

The SMS Service Provider will also provide you a control panel from providers then you will get API from support or SMS Integration section.

To integrate this API you need to use add System.IO and System.Net namespaces.

You can use the below method to Send SMS :-

protected void btnSendMessage_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
    {
        string senderusername = "xxxxx";
        string senderpassword = "xxxx";
        string senderid = "xxx";       
        string sURL;
        StreamReader objReader;
        sURL = "http://websitename.com/smsapps/pushsms.php?username=" + senderusername + "&password=" + senderpassword + "&sender=" + senderid + "&mobile=91" + txtMobileNumber.Text + "&type=1&message=" + txtMessage.Text;
        WebRequest wrGETURL;
        wrGETURL = WebRequest.Create(sURL);
        try
        {
            Stream objStream;
            objStream = wrGETURL.GetResponse().GetResponseStream();
            objReader = new StreamReader(objStream);
            objReader.Close();
        }
        catch (Exception ex)
        {
            ex.ToString();
        }
    }

Please note the that in above code you have to change the websitename with your SMS Service provide URL

Hope you have enjoyed this small but useful code. Happy Coding!!!!!!

 

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