Jusibe API allows you interact with your account in Jusibe. It is a simple REST API that allows you to send SMS, check your SMS credit balance and check the delivery status of a sent SMS.
Below are links to community developed libraries, extensions and plugins that will make integrating Jusibe into your apps and sites easier.
Jusibe API Endpoint
The Web API Base URL is
All requests needs to be authenticated using HTTP Basic Authentication.
You need to authenticate using your
public key as the username and your
access token as the password.
Your public key and access token can be seen in the API Keys page in your Control Panel.
Response Format & Status Code.
A JSON response is sent back by the Jusibe SMS API for every request
- Successful requests will return a 200 OK HTTP status code
- Trying to authenticate with an invalid public key or access token will return a 401 Unauthorized HTTP status code
- All other unsuccessful requests will return a 400 Bad Request HTTP status code
Three endpoints are available for use in the API.
- send_sms - for sending an SMS
- get_credits - for retrieving your available SMS credits
- delivery_status - for checking the delivery status of a sent SMS
1. Send SMS
/send_sms/ endpoint allows you to send SMS using the the Jusibe API.
to: (Required) This is the Nigerian GSM number you are sending the SMS to. You are to pass a single GSM number.
from: (Required) This is the Sender ID for the SMS that is being sent, maximum of eleven (11) characters. A mobile number or any combination of numbers is not allowed as the Sender ID. You can always use any alphanumeric or alphabetic characters as the Sender ID.
message: (Required) This is the text message that you want to send
2. Check SMS Credits
/get_credits/ endpoint allows you to get the available SMS credits left in your Jusibe account
3. Check Delivery Status
/delivery_status/ endpoint allows you to check the delivery status of a sent SMS
message_id: (Required) The message ID that was returned when the SMS was sent initially
"date_sent": "2015-05-19 04:34:48",
"date_delivered": "2015-05-19 04:35:05"
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