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REST API: SIM Usage Records

The SIM Usage Records resource returns usage for a single SIM. To retrieve aggregated usage for all SIMs on an Account, use the Usage Records resource.

The SIM Usage Records list resource returns usage information for a SIM over a specified period, presented as a list, aggregated according to the user-provided granularity.

HTTP Resources and Methods

SIM Usage List Resource

Resource URLs

https://wireless.twilio.com/v1/Sims/{SimSid}/UsageRecords
https://wireless.twilio.com/v1/Sims/{SimUniqueName}/UsageRecords

Resource Properties

This resource and its subresources always return a list of SIM Usage Records. Each Usage Record is represented by the following properties:

Names in PHP format
simSid
sid_like<DE> Not PII

The SID of the Sim resource that this Usage Record is for.

accountSid
sid<AC> Not PII

The SID of the Account that created the UsageRecord resource.

period
object Not PII

The time period for which the usage is reported. Contains start and end datetime values given as GMT in ISO 8601 format.

commands
object Not PII

An object that describes the SIM's usage of Commands during the specified period. See Commands Usage Object.

data
object Not PII

An object that describes the SIM's data usage during the specified period. See Data Usage Object.

commands and data usage objects below have properties for home, national_roaming, and international_roaming.

  • home refers to usage incurred in the United States on the T-Moble USA network.
  • national_roaming refers to usage incurred in the United States on networks other than the T-Mobile USA network.
  • international_roaming refers to usage incurred in any country other than the United States.
Commands Usage Object

The Commands usage object reports usage of Commands for the period.

The Commands Usage object is presented as a tree-like structure. For example, the total value from the home child object, the national_roaming child object , and the international_roaming object sum to the total value of the top level commands object. This is the same for the to_sim and from_sim parameters.

Property Type Description Empty Value
total Integer The total number of Commands sent (from_sim) or received (to_sim) by the SIM over the given period. 0
to_sim Integer The number of Commands received by the SIM (to_sim) throughout the period. 0
from_sim Integer The number of Commands sent by the SIM (from_sim) throughout the period. 0
home Object An embedded Commands Usage Object that describes the number of Commands received by the SIM on the home network throughout the period, with keys total, to_sim and from_sim. null
national_roaming Object An embedded Commands Usage Object that describes the number of Commands received by the SIM on national roaming partner networks throughout the period, with keys total, to_sim and from_sim. null
international_roaming Array An array of Commands Usage Objects, one for each country with usage, that describes the number of Commands received by or sent from the SIM on international roaming partner networks throughout the period, with keys total, to_sim and from_sim. []
Data Usage Object

The Data usage object reports usage of Data for the period.

The Data Usage object is presented as a tree-like structure. For example, the total value from the home child object, the national_roaming child object, and the international_roaming child object sum to the total value of the top level data object. This is the same for the download and upload parameters.

Property Type Description Empty Value
total Integer The total amount of Data consumed (downloaded and uploaded) by the SIM-connected device throughout the period. 0
download Integer The amount of Data downloaded by the SIM-connected device throughout the period. 0
upload Integer The amount of Data uploaded by SIM-connected device throughout the period. 0
units String The units in which data usage is reported for the current object. Most often 'bytes'. N/A
home Object An embedded Data Usage Object that describes the amount of Data consumed by the SIM-connected device on the home network throughout the period, with keys total, download, upload and units. null
national_roaming Object An embedded Data Usage Object that describes the amount of Data consumed by the SIM-connected device on national roaming partner networks throughout the period, with keys total, download, upload and units. null
international_roaming Array An array of Data Usage Objects, one for each country with usage, that describes the amount of Data consumed by the SIM-connected device on international roaming partner networks throughout the period, with keys total, download, upload and units. []

SIM Usage Records List Resource

HTTP GET

Returns Usage Records for the SIM identified by its Sid or Unique Name.

Period Filter

By default, the SIM Usage Records list resource will return Usage Records for the past month. In order to retrieve usage for a different time period, use the following parameters:

Parameter Description Default
End Only include usage that has occurred on or before this date. Format is ISO 8601. Now
Start Only include usage that has occurred on or after this date. Format is ISO 8601. One month before End
Other List Filters

The following GET query string parameters allow you to modify the list returned. Note, parameters are case-sensitive:

Parameter Description Default
Granularity The time-based grouping that results are aggregated by. Valid values are daily, hourly, all. all will return one Usage Record for the entire period. all
Example

Request a list of daily SIM Usage Records for the last month using the SIM Sid, represented as JSON.

        
        
        
        

        HTTP POST

        Not supported.

        HTTP PUT

        Not supported.

        HTTP DELETE

        Not supported.

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