End of Call Reason

The End of Call Reason provides information on how a call ended.

This is helpful when creating a new campaign to ensure calls are routing as expected. For example, you may have a “hang-up” node in an IVR and need to confirm the volume of callers whose calls are ending with an “IVR: hangup” reason.  

Add the End of Call Reason Count Tile on the Network or Profile/Advertiser home page. Select specific Advertisers, Campaigns or Affiliates using the ‘All Calls’ dropdown.



The End of Call reason value  is available in the Calls and Transactions detail reports at the Network and Profile/Advertiser Level.

Possible reasons Include:

  • Caller: Hang-up
  • Destination: Hang-up
  • IVR: Hang-up
  • Invoca: Max Call Duration
  • Destination: Busy
  • Destination: No Answer
  • Destination: Number Not in Service
  • Destination: Error (503 or Fast Busy)
  • Invoca: Hang-up
  • Invoca: Hang-up (Unknown Promo Number)
  • Invoca: Hang-up (Blacklisted Caller)
  • Invoca: Hang-up (Call Confidence Blocked)
  • Unknown: Unknown Cause

Below is more information on how these reasons are derived:

  • Caller: hang-up - Caller hang-up (either before or after Call Confidence Technology)
  • Destination: Hang-up - Receiving party hang-up.
  • IVR: Hang-up - The IVR or Call Treatment ends the call due to a 'hang-up' node
  • Invoca: Max Call Duration - Invoca ends the call due to max call duration (3 hours)
  • Destination: Busy - The call is ended because we've received a busy signal from the destination, they do not have the capacity to answer the call.
  • Destination: No Answer - The called party has been alerted but does not respond with a connect indication within a prescribed period of time.
  • Destination: Number Not in Service - The call cannot be completed due to disconnection of the destination phone line.
  • Destination: Error (503 or Fast Busy) - This cause indicates that the call was ended because we've received a busy signal from the destination carrier, they're having an error or may not have the capacity to handle the call.
  • Invoca: Hang-up - This result should not show up in Invoca reporting, it occurs when Invoca ends the call.
  • Invoca: Hang-up (Unknown Promo Number) - Invoca ends the call if the carrier has a phone number in their directory that we don't know, as in cases where we are porting numbers in or out, the call is automatically ended.
  • Invoca: Hang-up (Blacklisted Caller) - The calling number is on Invoca's blacklist and is automatically ended.
  • Invoca: Hang-up (Call Confidence Blocked) - Invoca ends the call due to a Call Confidence Technology challenged caller that failed the challenge.
  • Unknown: Unknown Cause - This is a rare edge case result to catch all undefined errors that have not been identified.






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