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How Will The All-IP Transition Affect Your Business?

How Will the All-IP Transition Affect Your Business?

In 2014, the FCC passed a recommendation for the telecom industry to transition to an all-IP network by 2020. This was meant as a way to encourage legacy carriers to move away from traditional TDM switches and toward an entirely internet-based network. At first, the industry balked at the suggestion. Most major carriers simply refused to comply. Yet the industry as a whole was arguably already on the path to all-IP, all of which was spearheaded by VoIP providers. Obstacles to the Transition to all-IP Although an all-IP transition is a step into the future of telecom, there were a few bumps in the road as far as upholding some of the FCC’s requirements from telecom carriers to maintain a…

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Local Number Porting: What You Need To Know

Local Number Porting: What You Need to Know

If you’ve ever attempted to port a landline phone number from one location to another, you know how difficult of a process it can be. Carriers give as little effort as the rules of the industry require of them to port away numbers. Their reluctance comes from the fact that they must spend money and time on a complicated process that loses them a billable phone number. Even if your carrier accomplished this task in a timely fashion, carriers across the country vary in how well they handle porting. But why is porting so complicated? How did the process devolve into such a laborious, tedious task? Why is every carrier different in how they port? Local Number Porting: The Wild…

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