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What problems do small telecom companies have when it comes to local number porting?

Small telecom companies may face various problems and concerns related to local number porting, such as: Technical issues: There may be technical difficulties in transferring numbers between different telecommunication networks. With PortCont…

LTI (Low Tech Interface) vs. SOA (Service Order Administration)

Interacting with NPAC has evolved greatly since the inception of local number portability. Aseach administrator has been assigned, advances and implementation of newer technologieshave redefined definitions surrounding LNP. Previously, the LTI,…


Local Number Portability (LNP) is made possible by the Location Routing Number (LRN) associatedwith the telephone number upon porting. The LRN is a unique 10-digit phone number that is allotted to a specific switch. The LRN approach made it concei…


Today, we take for granted that we can keep our phone numbers when we change communications service providers – something that wasn’t conceivable only two decades ago. However, on account of the Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC), the…


For over 100 years, Ma Bell, sometimes called the “Bell System” or currently known as “AT&T”,controlled almost all telecommunications in the United States. Once the largest company in theworld with over one million employees, the company consi…


WHAT IS LOCAL NUMBER PORTING? Local Number Porting is defined as the ability of users of telecommunications services to retain,at the same location, existing telecommunications numbers without impairment of quality, reliability,or convenience w…

You spoke. We listened. Ports getting rejected too often.

You spoke. We listened. Field techs stuck waiting for number activation.

You spoke. We listened. Team getting bogged down with porting.

You spoke. We listened. Porting multiple times with the same carrier over several regions.

You spoke. We listened. Paying too much for porting.

You spoke. We listened. Rejections due to inaccurate data.