Alright, you know the drill: v0.3.0 is out.
Why the jump in the version number, you ask? gsm-ussd now supports USSD sessions. Normally, USSD queries are one-shot commands: You ask for some info like your prepaid account balance, receive an answer and you’re done. But sometimes, the answer requests more information from you and displays a simple menu or some text with instructions which data to enter.
Now you can a further calls to gsm-ussd to
a) enter the requested data or choose menu entries until you’re done
b) cancel the session.
If you’d like an example before you try anything yourself, have a look at ussd-sessions.txt in the docs directory (which will be /usr/share/doc/gsm-ussd-0.3.0/ussd-sessions.txt or /usr/share/doc/gsm-ussd/ussd-sessions.txt for you RPM/DEB users).
Here are the new files for download:
For an overview of all gsm-ussd downloads, have a look at
But please use the most recent version! And if you’re tempted to have a look at the innards of gsm-ussd and see if you can hack it to do what you want, don’t hesitate to clone the full git repository at
Bye & enjoy,