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Yep, we route 811 to the local digalert number. 611 is handled differently. <BR>
On Tue, 2009-08-25 at 15:27 -0400, Peter R. wrote:
All 811 services in the U.S. will end up using 611 by early 2007, as the
United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in March 2005 made
811 the universal number for the 71 regional services that coordinate
location services for underground public utilities in the U.S.
> Its not a regulatory requirement that I am aware of but providing
> support for 811 and 311 in a residential play has become a expectation
> from the customer so that it works exactly like POTS. We didn't find
> it terribly difficult even on the national level, the biggest issue we
> encountered was just maintaining national translations for all the
> destination call centers.
> On Tue, 2009-08-25 at 07:57 -0700, David Hiers wrote:
>> The recent backhoe-fade issue brings up an interesting topic:
>> As VOIP networks, are we legally required to provide 811 services?
>> I"m pretty sure that we're exempt, want to kick it around with the
>> group for a consensus view....
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