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To send an SMS with our PHP wrapper, download and unzip the wrapper from here.

 Then copy the TMRestClient.php file into your class path, or the folder you are running the code from.


Now put the following code somewhere in a PHP file and execute it to send an SMS – don't forget to substitute your own API username and password and a real mobile number to send to!


For more details about the additional arguments the send SMS function can take, and other important considerations of sending messages, see send sms.

In a real situation you must decide how to deal with any errors, we also recommend logging all errors. See the Handling errors - PHP section below for more details.

You can find your API username and password (which may be different to your web interface username/password) via your account:!accountsettings/

If you don't have an account, you can set one up for free at

You must know!

Our example code is an illustration of how you might integrate with our systems and is not certified for production environments. You are responsible for testing and QA.