How to get SMS subscribers from website form?

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Is there any existing html or php code that would allow me to have people enter their phone number on a website and be subscribed to my Openvbx subscriptions?


Even something on FB would work. A recent one I saw was this from Regal Cinemas:

https://www.facebook.com/RegalEntert...55294321183740

Thanks all
#form #sms #subscribers #website
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  • Profile picture of the author kiwilx
    yeh would like some info about this too, thanks guys
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  • Profile picture of the author DaleCalvert
    I have been putting off adding mobile opt in to my websites. I am sure there are Aweber type services for mobile which allows you to send out mass mobile messages to subscribers. I would be curious to know what service(s) Warrior suggest?
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  • Profile picture of the author xlfutur1
    I use openvbx and twilio and this would be a really nice product to have to put on client sites for easy mobile opt in. I am sure that this could be coded fairly easy by someone who knows the twilio/openvbx stuff. I would be willing to pitch in to have this one created.
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    This is a perfect example of the limitations of using a Twilio Based Service...Limited functionality.
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      • Profile picture of the author HypeText
        Originally Posted by DEaFeYe View Post

        Really?

        Because they have a very robust API that allows you to provide your own handlers and manage your own subscriber lists.

        I should know, I've built one.

        I know they're your competition and you're a hater because of that, but don't go around saying things are limited when in fact they provide you the MOST control


        Edit: if there is interest in a generic management solution I would love to re-open the project. Needs some funding love though.
        I am not a "Hater" or a "Competitor"

        Essentially we are talking Apples and Oranges

        Twilio has its place but the fact is, it was never meant for marketing purposes.

        It was meant as a Virtual Communication/PBX Platform that people are finding alternative uses for.
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