Sinch uses projects to group contacts and apps together to manage and
connect a unique set of keys and secret IDs for all your Sinch API
products. Contacts can be shared across apps within the same project.
When you create an account on the Sinch Cus...
Sinch uses Access keys (tokens) to authenticate users. These tokens can
be obtained from an OAuth2 token endpoint, which supports the
client_credentials flow where a client_id and client_secret are used to
authenticate the calling party. An access ke...
When you create an account in the Sinch Customer Dashboard, it is
created as a Trial account. Trial accounts allow you to try out Sinch
products and services, but they have certain limitations: You will only
receive 2 units of your country’s currency...
Sinch uses Access keys (tokens) to authenticate users. Access keys are
comprised of a KEY ID and a KEY SECRET. Read the Sinch Access Keys
article to learn more about Access Keys and how to access them using the
Sinch Customer Dashboard.
Hi, Yes, absolutely Sinch provides a complete range of carefully-tested
phone numbers in many countries, including United States, Canada and the
United Kingdom, to use with all your communication services - click here
to learn more. Please contact ou...
Hi Shalom, Yes absolutely, Sinch supports sending bulk SMS. Regarding
the types of messages you want to send - this is impacted by the country
or countries you want to send messages to. When sending messages to
different countries, customers are obli...
Hi Pauline,We would be happy to help, but just have a few questions to
ensure we can advise what service is best for you:- Do you require
sequential or random DIDs?- Do you want to get these numbers
programmatically via our Numbers API or using our C...