[VoiceOps] Hotel Phone

Carlos Alvarez caalvarez at gmail.com
Thu Apr 4 20:45:21 EDT 2019

You mentioned Bandwidth; are you a customer?  If so, that's who I got my
training and advice from.  Ask your rep for it.

What he told me made it sound like every room needs a DID.  We did NOT go
into detail on hotels.  But in a campus situation, you better make sure the
PSAP can call the person back, period.

On Thu, Apr 4, 2019 at 5:42 PM Colton Conor <colton.conor at gmail.com> wrote:

> So if you had e911 per room, that would be quite a bit of e911 charges.
> Most hotels I have seen have a 10 to 1 ratio for rooms to phone lines. So a
> 100 room hotel gets 10 phone lines from the LEC. Are you saying we would
> have to pay bandwidth.com or whomever we got our e911 from a separate
> e911 charge per room? Isn't e911 tied to DID? In that case you would need a
> DID per hotel room? To actuately say room 302 is on floor 3, and room 302
> for example.
> On Thu, Apr 4, 2019 at 11:21 AM Matthew Yaklin <myaklin at firstlight.net>
> wrote:
>> I imagine you want to make sure E911 information is super accurate with
>> actual floors and room numbers. Physical address and call back number is
>> correct. By making that accurate and having the customer sign that phones
>> cannot move you cover a serious base. Perhaps even a sticker on the phone
>> saying such would be great to.
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>> I’ve never heard of any other 911 requirement for hotel or business
>> phones outside of not have to dial 9 to dial 911, ie 9911. Kari’s Law.
>> Can anyone provide a link with more information?
>> Thanks.
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