<Pay> lets you capture payments over the phone easily and securely with a set of simple commands and a powerful API platform.
Before <Pay>, building PCI-compliant payments for your business wasn’t quite as simple.
First, you’d have to build PCI-compliant infrastructure that would be audited every year for compliance. Then, you’d build a custom voice interface to prompt customers for payment information, and a system to validate that information. Finally, you’d integrate with a third party to actually process the payment.
<Pay> eliminates these hoops you used to jump through so you can build better payment workflows without the hassle.
<Pay> is a simple, yet powerful API that abstracts into a single line of code all the complexity of capturing payment information over the phone . <Pay> allows Twilio developers to capture end customer credit card information in an intuitive, and PCI-compliant fashion, and then passes that information along …
Twilio Conference now supports Announcements
We are excited to announce support for Announcements in Twilio Conference. Over the last several years, Conference has become a critical part of everything from managing incident responses involving a large number of participants or powering advanced call controls such as hold, transfers, monitor, coach, or barge in a contact center. In the past, developers were forced to transfer the Participant out of conference to be able to Play or Say as a workaround for Announcements. The new Announcement feature significantly simplifies the process by using one API call to Play or Say into Conference.
AnnounceUrl: The AnnounceUrl attribute lets you specify a URL for Announcement. The URL may be an MP3, a WAV, or a TwiML document that uses <Play> or <Say>.
AnnounceMethod: Specify GET or POST; defaults to …