import requests
user_id = ""
user_secret = ""

from_ = ""
to = ""

payload = {
  "provider": "twilio",
  "type": "voice",
  "arguments": {
    "from": from_,
    "to": to,
    "url": ""

r = requests.put("",
auth=(user_id, user_secret), json=payload)



example DeliveryAPI code to send a voice message via Twilio

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