This event is triggered when a phone verification request is started.
phone_verification is a Phone Verification event, and will be generated for Phone Verification usage.
|event||The name of the event|
|objects.app.s_account_sid||The Twilio ID of the account|
|objects.app.s_device_app||The authentication application being used by the device; this will be authy, a custom branded customer app name, or an SDK-based app name|
|objects.app.s_id||The ID of the customer app|
|objects.app.s_type||The type of the customer app; either full or trial|
|objects.phone_verification.i_code_length||The length of the phone verification code|
|objects.phone_verification.s_country_code||The country code of the phone number being verified|
|objects.phone_verification.s_id||The ID of the phone verification|
|objects.phone_verification.s_line_type||The type of line of the phone number; possible values are- voip, mobile, landline|
|objects.phone_verification.s_locale||The locale of the phone being verified|
|objects.phone_verification.s_mccmnc||The mobile country code, mobile network code|
|objects.phone_verification.s_phone_number||The phone number being verified|
|objects.phone_verification.i_seconds_to_expire||The number of seconds remaining to expire the request; this is relative to the time that the event was created|
|objects.phone_verification.s_status||The status of the phone verification; possible values are- verified, expired, or pending|
|objects.phone_verification.s_via||The method being used to verify the phone number; possible values are- sms or call|
|request.id||The unique ID of the request|
|request.ip||The IP address where the request originated|
|time||The datetime when the event happened|
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