Implement comprehensive messaging services into your software by using simple APIs.

By integrating our APIs into your application, you provide your customers with added value and improved communication.

Fully automatic

All functions such as SMS transmission, voice, validation, etc. can be called up fully automated.

Easy & fast integration

Our API can be integrated with just a few lines of code into each application.

Transparent prices

Our prices are fair and transparent. You only pay your actual consumption.

  • Your application

    Your software sends a request to our SMS gateway

  • sms77 Gateway

    Our SMS gateway checks the request, returns a response code and hands over the SMS to the carrier

  • SMS is sent

    The SMS will be delivered within seconds

Learn more about our API

By using the simplest HTTP GET Request, you can integrate our SMS solutions into your application in just a few minutes. You can control your processes via various parameters during the SMS transmission. We are happy to help you with the realization of your projects.

-d "p=your API key" 
-d "to=017612121212" 
-d "type=direct" 
-d "text=Hello, this is a test SMS" 
-d "from=sender"
$params = array(
  'p' => 'API key',
  'to' => '017612121212',
  'type' => 'direct',
  'text' => 'Hello, this is a test SMS',
  'from' => 'sender'
$url = '' . http_build_query($params);
$ret = file_get_contents($url);
if($ret == '100')
  echo "SMS sent";
  echo "SMS not sent (error: " . $ret . ")";

public class sms {
	public static void main(String[] args) {
		String urlString = "";

		String output	= getUrlContents(urlString);

	private static String getUrlContents(String theUrl)
		StringBuilder content = new StringBuilder();

		// many of these calls can throw exceptions, so i've just
		// wrapped them all in one try/catch statement.
			// create a url object
			URL url = new URL(theUrl);

			// create a urlconnection object
			URLConnection urlConnection = url.openConnection();

			// wrap the urlconnection in a bufferedreader
			BufferedReader bufferedReader = new BufferedReader(
				new InputStreamReader(urlConnection.getInputStream())

			String line;

			// read from the urlconnection via the bufferedreader
			while ((line = bufferedReader.readLine()) != null)
				content.append(line + "n");
		catch(Exception e)
		return content.toString();

For implementation with Ruby, you can use the Gem of a third-party vendor. The Gem is available here. Please note that this has not been tested by us.

require "ruby_sms"
sms = "1234123", user: "")
response = sms.send(message: "your message", to: "+49178223", delay: false)
if response.success? 
  puts "Sms deliverd " 
  puts response.errors

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