The Voice API is a REST application hosted on the Fortytwo servers and can be accessed via simple HTTP requests containing specific data. The API has 3 different endpoints used to initiate a voice call, retrieve job details and call details. When a call is initiated, you can opt to receive several post backs, in order to gather enough insight on each call.
The Voice API allows anyone to call anyone globally and deliver a Text-To-Speech (TTS) or an audio clip via a phone call. The end clients can be reached on PSTN (land lines) and also on mobile phones. The calls can be initiated through an API request, which allows developers to connect to our simple-to-use REST API.
Text to Speech:
The main endpoints for using VOICE API are:
All endpoints require authentication, by providing an authentication token in the request headers.
Our Voice Messaging platform allows the user to set default parameters when creating a token. These parameters are then used in every API reques, unless they are overriden in the API call itself. Such examples might include setting up a default Caller ID or a default Text-To-Speech language.