This is a string value that serves as a unique identifier for this set of records. It is returned as sent.
This is a string value containing the License Key issued to the customer by Melissa Data for Global Phone.
Default. CallerID is turned off.
Adds the Caller ID to the queried phone, if we found it to be valid.
(Country Calling Code)
DefaultCallingCode is used when the country could not be detected from the phone number or country input. A calling code is a sequence of digits often found after the leading ‘+’ and is unique to a country/region. By default, this value is blank.
(Time in seconds)
Default is 2. Time to wait in seconds.
Default. Quickly validates against a database of known phone numbers.
Validates against a database of known phone numbers. If a number was last real-time validated more than 30 days ago, then a real-time check will be performed.
This is a string value containing a unique identifier for the current record. Use this to match the record submitted with the record returned.
The phone number to be verified.
The suspected country of the input phone number. The service accepts the official country name or the ISO2 Code.
The country from where the verification is being done. If the Country of Origin differs from the Country, then the outputted phone number will be changed to a callable format from the country of orogin.
Here is a sample response from the previous request.
A unique identifier for the current record if one was sent in the request. Use this element to match a request record and the corresponding response record.
Comma delimited status, error codes, and change codes for the record.
The standardized phone number after a successful call to the service.
The administrative area associated with the inputted phone number. Because of phone number portability, geographical information may not reflect the true location of the owner of the phone number for wireless and VOIP numbers.
The abbreviation of the country for the inputted phone number.
The name of the country for the inputted phone number.
The name of the phone’s carrier.
You must set CallerID Option to enable (opt=CallerID:true). The result from our CallerID service, which it appends the name to the targeted phone number.
Returns a Y (for yes) or N (for no) to distinguish whether the region of the inputted phone number observes daylight savings time.
The number you would dial, given your output fields, in order to successfully send a call.
The predominant language of the phone’s detected geographical location.
The latitude of the geographically identifiable service area of the exchange.
The locality (city) associated with the phone number passed to the Lookup function.
The longitude of the geographically identifiable service area of the exchange.
The international exit code needed to call a number outside of the dialing country.
A digit, or combination of digits, known as the country dialing code.
A digit, or combination of digits, known as the national prefix.
A digit, or combination of digits, known as the national destination code.
The subscriber number associated with the phone number passed in. The subscriber number contains significant leading digits that further define the local exchange area and/or service.
The universal time code for the time zone associated with the inputted phone number.
The zip code that corresponds to a locality inside the United States.
This is an array of Response Record Elements. This can only be returned for single-record requests.
The time zone code for the time zone associated with the inputted phone number. Time zone codes are a 3 letter codes for the locality of the region.
The time zone name associated with the inputted phone number. The name is the full name of the 3 letter time zone code.
Global Phone web service returns back a string of PSXX result codes in the “Results” field of the response. These result codes provide users with information about the response from the service.
In almost every case, one of the values of the “Results” string will be one of the following:
Low Confidence - This number exists within a block of registered phone numbers that the service checks against.
Medium Confidence - This number was found to have been previously validated in our phone database.
High Confidence - This number was verified against current dialing equipment. This result code will only be returned if the VerifyPhone option in the initial request to the service is set to Premium. (ex: &opt=VerifyPhone:Premium).
With these result codes users can easily build logic for what to do with good valid phone numbers and easily distinguish good phone numbers from bad phone numbers.
There are also PEXX codes that can be returned which indicate there was an error with a part of the requested phone number.