asp.net and html webservices ?

Hello,
i have an HTTP webservice that i would like to use with my asp,net project . i can control the webservice using http GET and POST . for examble , i want to send an sms message i use
http://some-url.com/service/sms.cgi?number=FROM&to=TO&message=MESSAGE

- my question how what should i do in asp.net so i can open the prevoius url and return result ?
- also , the webservice return results in TEXT and XML . what can i do in order to parase the XML ?

finally , what can i do so in case it faild to open the url it displays nothing , because the url will contain sensetave information

THANKS
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Gautham JanardhanCommented:
WebRequest req = null;
                  WebResponse rsp = null;
Stream rspStream = null,reqStream = null;
req = WebRequest.Create(http://some-url.com/service/sms.cgi?number=FROM&to=TO&message=MESSAGE
);
rsp = req.GetResponse();
                                    rspStream = rsp.GetResponseStream();      
if (rspStream != null)
                        {
                              // Load the XmlTextReader from the stream                                                      
                              XmlTextReader xmlread = null;
                              xmlread = new XmlTextReader (rspStream);

                              //SAVE THE RESPONSE XML
                              XmlDocument doc = new XmlDocument();
                              doc.Load(xmlread);
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