[VoiceOps] Leveraging a CLEC operating license to secure phone numbers
erik at eespro.com
Wed Dec 16 00:37:42 EST 2015
When you're ready to start porting, ordering blocks, and setting up LRNs I
can assist you. There are a number if technical and legal things you have
to get in place. Its not difficult but it is surely costly and you want to
ensure not to miss a step.
On Dec 15, 2015 1:25 PM, "Robert Johnson" <robert.j at bendtel.com> wrote:
> 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
> > 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
> > 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
> > business plan and choose the one that is most advantageous for your
> > Good luck;
> > Kidd
> > On Tue, Dec 15, 2015 at 3:47 PM, Armand De Sio <armand.desio at gmail.com>
> > wrote:
> >> 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?
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