Voice Broadcast API
This type is used in the
|The phone number to call. It can be in any format, as long as there are 10 digits. To dial an extension, add
x followed by the extension.
|The phone number that the call will be transferred to if the call recipient presses
0. Transfer behavior can be further modified with TextToSay commands.
|The text-to-speech voice ID.
|The number to display on the receiving party’s Caller ID.
|The name to display on the receiving party’s Caller ID. (Most carriers ignore this and use their own directory assistance to display name information.)
|The text-to-speech text or combination of text-to-speech and script to be read to the receiving party.
|Hello, this is a sample call from Phone Notify.
|Your license key.
|The number of times to attempt dialing if the initial call is unanswered or busy. The maximum is
|The number of seconds to wait until the next retry is performed if the original call is unanswered or busy. We recommend waiting at least 60 seconds.
|The date and time at which to send the call, specified as Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).
|The speed that text-to-speech (TTS) will use when speaking the text. The value ranges from
10 being normal). This can also be controlled within the
|The volume that text-to-speech (TTS) will use when speaking the text. The value ranges from
100 being the default). This can also be controlled within the
|The maximum time duration of the call, in seconds. We recommend you do not change this unless you absolutely need to.
|The URL to post call status changes to. The URL must be in lowercase. The system posts
OutgoingPostback data for outgoing calls and
IncomingPostback data for incoming calls.
|An optional ID to help you identify the call.
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