What is Plivo?
Plivo provides basic building block APIs in the form of Plivo XML and HTTP API, to create telephony apps, so developers can completely do away with learning the nitty-gritty of the telephony plumbing.
Plivo is a tool in the Voice and SMS category of a tech stack.
Who uses Plivo?
20 companies reportedly use Plivo in their tech stacks, including Close, Foretag, and HackerEarth.
42 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Plivo.
Pros of Plivo
Voice API service
Trial account with positive balance
- Phone- Global
- Phone- Local and Tollfree Numbers
- Phone- Call routing, call forwarding, caller ID, call waiting, 3-way calling, redial, speed dial, mute, hold, etc
- Phone- Bulk Calling
- Phone- Recording Calls
- Phone- Caller ID
- Phone- Call Routing
- Phone- Real Time Call Control
- Phone- Text to Speech
- SMS- Inbound and Outbound
- SMS- Message Queuing
- SMS- Usage and Debug Logs
- SMS- 24/7 Support
- SMS- Volume Pricing
- SIP- Bring your own carriers or use ours. You are not restricted to using Plivo's carriers.
- SIP- Register SIP endpoints directly with Plivo and control them via our APIs.
- SIP- Place and receive calls from via the PSTN, SIP URI, and WebRTC (coming soon!)
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