One of our most frequently asked questions falls under the category of delivery responses. Each mobile carrier (Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T, Sprint, etc) all have different words to show that they've delivered a text message to a contact's mobile phone.
Here are a few examples:
- Delivered = Delivered
- En Route = Delivered
- N/A = Delivered
- Delivered To Carrier = Delivered
- Scheduled = Delivered
- Buffered = Delivered
- Failed = NOT DELIVERED
Are you catching on to the common theme? Pretty much everything you see in the delivery status means delivered unless you see the word FAILED.
There's no standard "delivered" message for all of the cell phone provider, however the one universal status is "failed".