'Africas Talking's' API Platforms

From Timbuktu Chronicles Wed Feb 6 2013, 06:00:00

From Africa's Talking, founded by Eston Kimani and Samuel Gikandi:

Our API is designed to make it easy for you to integrate all the services provided by Mobile Service Providers into your applications using standard web technologies. Depending on what you would like to do with SMS or USSD, chances are that we will have a product or application that will satisfy your needs. In particular, we have products that will help you:

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