To view the reports after HLR check, go to the Campaign Report tab in the HLR section.
Here you will find a full list of all HLR campaigns with basic data for a quick assessment.
The list contains the following information about each campaign:
- campaign name
- campaign type (instant or scheduled)
- status (with creation and end dates)
- campaign results: the number of requests sent, contacts recognized as relevant, and the number of “rejected” numbers.
To view the campaign results in more detail, click "more" next to the campaign name. This will open a detailed report.
Detailed HLR campaign report
At the top of the detailed report, you see 3 blocks of information.
This block displays the proportion of delivered requests from the total number of contacts. It contains information about:
- number of contacts sent for verification;
- number of requests sent;
- delivered: requests accepted by the operator;
- not delivered: requests with an error (not accepted by the operator)
This block contains the number of active and inactive contacts, as well as contacts that were not active at the time of the request and there is no data on their use (unknown). The percentage of the total number of campaign numbers is indicated next to the quantity.
Extended HLR check information
This block contains the following data:
- number of contacts not in roaming and in roaming at the time of the check,
- number of ported and non-ported contacts.
What are ported contacts?
Operators in many countries support the Mobile Number Portability (MNP) service. This service allows you to transfer your mobile phone number from one operator to another completely, including the operator code. Thus, the number may look as being served by one operator but in fact, it is served by a completely different company, which means that messages to this phone number will be charged in accordance with the tariffs of its current operator. Such numbers are called ported.
Extended information block
Below the blocks with the check results, you can find detailed technical information about the campaign:
- Campaign ID (identifier in our system)
- Tariff of the service.
- Message type: HLR in this case.
- Campaign status (completed, paused, launched).
- Date the campaign was created.
- Start date: the start time of the check. For scheduled campaigns it is the time for which the start of the check was scheduled.
- Actual start date (for planned ones)
- Check end time.
- Recipients: if the list of contacts to be checked was added from the contact book, the used list will be indicated here. If not, then only the method of adding numbers (“Contacts were added from the clipboard”).
The detailed information will also indicate what additional parameters you set for the campaign: whether a notification was sent about the end of the sending, whether the stop list was taken into account (in this case, numbers from the stop list were not sent for verification).