Great, I am glad it helped. The support for national number format will be built into the next update of Diafaan SMS Server.
For the moment, based on the tests, the situation has been corrected with the implementation of this plugging. I am sending and receiving SMS with the normal cost.
Fixed the issue of cost, we can submit the proposal to the final customer. If it decides the software implementation, we will communicate with you for the final acquisition of SMS gateway software.
Thank you very much.
Yes, I received the files and just sent you a replacement for the GSM Modem Gateway that I would like you to try. If you did not receive the file please let me know (perhaps after you checked your spam filter).
My suspicion is that Movistar regards all GSM numbers that are flagged as being in international format as international numbers. Usually the format of the number does not matter for the pricing but this may be different in the SMS Central used by Movistar.
I sent you a version of the GSM modem gateway that flags all numbers with a leading "+" as written in international format and all numbers without a leading "+" as written in national format. The gateway can be installed in the Plugins folder in the folder where you installed Diafaan SMS Server. You need to restart the Service and Console of Diafaan SMS Server to replace the default GSM modem gateway.
You have received the email with the requested files?
On this day I will be doing the tests and we will send them, yesterday I had complications of work, which did not allow me to spend time.
I have not received a mail with the two files, as an alternative you can also post them as a forum message here.
As a first step I sent the SMS without the + and 0, but has not received the SMS on the target, now I do tests with +, for export and send it to you.
Have you tried to send a message to GSM number 01151374912 (without the + and with a leading zero?).
I would like so see if there is a difference in how the messages are received, can you send a message from a mobile phone to Diafaan SMS Server (with the lower price) and a message from Diafaan SMS Server to Diafaan SMS Server (with the higher price per SMS)? In the Receive log, select the two received messages, right click and select "Export to file". In the Send log, select the message you just sent and again, right click and select "Export to file".
Send the two files to email@example.com and I will have a look at them.
I have changed and / or verified what you have shown and nothing changed, the cost of SMS is still the international one. There are some files that I can send you to check the settings?.
I set Advanced Options
Number of SMSC -> +54079000801 (obtained from the configuration of my phone)
Number of GSM -> +1165189670 (my phone number)
When I write SMS, entered the destination number is +1151374912, I tested without the plus sign in the destination number but got the same result.
Diafaan SMS Server sends the messages through a GSM phone as a normal SMS messages and the price per SMS message should be the same. However your GSM operator might charge different prices dependent on the SMSC number or number format. You can try to change them:
- Check the SMS Central Number used by Diafaan SMS Server. The SMSC Number is retrieved from the SIM card and is usually (but not always!) correct. Sometimes the SMS operator uses different SMSC Numbers with different tariffs. The SMSC number can be overridden in the Advanced options of the GSM Modem Gateway.
- Send the messages with a national number, e.g. 0xxxxxxxx instead of +54xxxxxxxx. Your GSM operator could charge different prices dependent on the number format you use.
Please let me know if this does not make a difference.
I am testing your software sms gate, but I have problem with the local cost of sending sms.
The local shipping cost is AR $ 0.19 but when sent with your software with my cell phone to another local, my international call company AR invoice me $ 0.90.
My company tells me that the leaves and international sms, I can be due to a bad configuration of your software?
Thank you very much
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