[VoiceOps] NPAC Transition

Erik erik at eespro.com
Wed Jul 25 13:28:03 EDT 2018

Mike there are multiple SP service providers in the porting world that use
automated GUI to complete number porting. We do number porting for carriers
on a small scale. Neustar very well may still be your SP but iconnectiv now
maintains the NPAC. If your company is completing ports then yes you are
registered with iconnectiv now but your spid would be attached to neustar
spid with them labeled as the SP.

On Wed, Jul 25, 2018, 7:10 AM Mike Hammett <voiceops at ics-il.net> wrote:

> So NPAC recently moved from NeuStar to iconectiv.
> As far as I was aware, my client just used them for a portal to do number
> ports. I see all kinds of things about costs of VPNs, DS1s, 100 meg
> Ethernet, etc. All of that seems awfully ancillary to being a portal for
> entering port requests.
> What else do they do? Should I be interested in it?
> Neustar still thinks that they're the ones handling our porting, but as
> far as I can tell, the running of that transferred from Neustar to
> iconectiv. If iconectiv is running the system now, why would I want to use
> someone else for port order entry?
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