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Telephone Numbers Are Portable; Is the NPAC?
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Telephone Numbers Are Portable; Is the NPAC?

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Taken from a white paper that examines the Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC) and the broad role it plays in our nation’s telecom infrastructure, this diagram shows the process by which a …

Taken from a white paper that examines the Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC) and the broad role it plays in our nation’s telecom infrastructure, this diagram shows the process by which a subscriber can switch service and keep his or her telephone number.

You can download the white paper for more information. http://www.neustar.biz/content/download/14990/138393/yankee_npac_whitepaper.pdf?utm_source=slideshare&utm_medium=slide&utm_campaign=yankee

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  • 1. Telephone Numbers ArePortable; Is the NPAC?http://www.neustar.biz/content/download/14990/138393/yankee_npac_whitepaper.pdf
  • 2. The Number Portability Tango » What happens when you want to switch mobile carriers, but keep your number? This graphic illustrates the process when a subscriber walks into a new service provider’s storefront, decides to switch service and wants to keep his or her telephone number. In order to port the number to the new carrier, several steps are required. Source: Yankee Group and Neustar, 20122

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