[VoiceOps] Leveraging a CLEC operating license to secure phone numbers
robert.j at bendtel.com
Tue Dec 15 18:24:47 EST 2015
I recently jumped though a good portion of the hoops myself; I actually
found that the guys and gals at NANPA and the Pooling Administration
were really helpful. But I'll tell you the first thing they told me.
Read this document along and click through to the links. There's a lot
there and, but I feel it's worth your time to read it.
With that said, Mary Lou Carey is one of the recommended contacts for
providing "Administrative Operating Company Number (AOCN)" services, and
I imagine that is a great place to start.
On 12/15/2015 03:01 PM, Kidd Filby wrote:
> I'm not sure how that's possible but... if you really have a CLEC license,
> and don't have any of this other... You have a tough row to hoe with your
> limited experience. There are several folks on this list that do The Code
> Dance for a living. I'll let them contact you about that.
> I actually use a company called GVNW (GVNW.Com) to outsource any of the
> code work that I need done these days. They do an outstanding job.
> As for ICA's.... If you have no Telecom Lawyers... You're better off
> opting into an existing ICA the LEC has available/active on the table.
> You'll need to go through them and decide what is important to you and your
> business plan and choose the one that is most advantageous for your company.
> Good luck;
> On Tue, Dec 15, 2015 at 3:47 PM, Armand De Sio <armand.desio at gmail.com>
>> We've recently been issued a CLEC license in the state of New Jersey and
>> I'd like to leverage that to secure phone numbers for my customers. Who
>> would I need to contact about Interconnects and how would I go about
>> getting a block of numbers assigned to my company?
>> VoiceOps mailing list
>> VoiceOps at voiceops.org
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