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by sangram pawar » Thu, 27 Jan 2011 12:30:56 GMT


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             I have one problem to send international sms anyone explain me
international sms format .

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Re: que

by Sarwar Erfan » Thu, 27 Jan 2011 14:59:42 GMT


 What do you mean by "international SMS"? Please explain.


If you mean sending SMS to some other country, then there is no difference 
with sending SMS inside the country. 
You just specify the number in full format, i.e  +[Country code][Area 
code][Phone number]. You can also use 00 instead of +

But, it is upto your phone operator whether the SMS can be delivered or not. 
Not all operators can send SMS to all foreign operators.
But, if you can send SMS normally from Phone's sms option to that number, 
you can send from your application also.

Regards
Sarwar Erfan

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