The SPAxxx phones are not officially supported with the IP Phone Services SDK, so it's unknown to what extent various IPPS requests will work.
That being said, you might try using CiscoIPPhoneExecute to send a URL (instead of Dial:) - it's possible the phone might go ahead and retrieve it. I think strictly speaking CiscoIPPhoneExecute is supposed to be the only object that can be POSTed, though it turns out most other phones accept other object types.
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