Voice Broadcast API
|The unique ID of the call.
|Status code for the call.
|The UTC time when the call started.
|The UTC time when the call ended.
|The total duration of the call, in seconds.
|Whether the recipient number is wireless.
|Local Access and Transport Area. This is the recipient telco’s geographical area.
|Operating Company Number. This can tell you which company a call went to.
|Recipient telco carrier name.
|Recipient telco carrier type.
|Location Routing Number. The LRN is a unique 10-digit number that represents a telephone switch through which multiple phone numbers are routed.
|Recipient telco switch name.
|The digits pressed while the call was active.
|Number of audible rings after a connection is made. This variable is only present if at least one ring was detected.
|Unique identifier to retrieve a call recording, if a call was recorded.
|The number displayed on the receiving party’s Caller ID.
|The extension of the recipient dialed.
|The number that received the call.
|The name displayed on the receiving party’s Caller ID, if the call is transferred. (Most carriers ignore this and use their own directory assistance to display name information.)
|The duration (in seconds) for the call or portion of the call that was recorded.
|Whether the call was recorded for quality assurance (QA) purposes.
|The number displayed on the receiving party’s Caller ID, if the call is transferred.
|The name displayed on the receiving party’s Caller ID. (Most carriers ignore this and use their own directory assistance to display name information.)
|Whether the call was answered by a human or a machine.
HUMAN – The call was answered by a human.
MACHINE – The call was answered by a machine.
FAX – The call was answered by a fax machine.
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