TransNexus LRN Dip Service
Quickly and efficiently complete calls with TransNexus' LRN Dip Service. Get unlimited dips and a daily LRN download for $450 per month.
Service Providers Need an LRN Dip Service
Local Number Portability (LNP), ordered by the FCC under the Telecommunications Act of 1996, is the ability of a consumer to keep his/her number when changing service providers. By default, the first six digits of a telephone number indicate the rate area associated with the telephone number. The term local in Local Number Portability refers to this rate area and that it must stay local. The rate area can’t change when the number is ported from one service provider to another. LNP isn’t possible, however, without the Location Routing Number (LRN) that is assigned when a consumer decides to port a phone number.
Location Number Portability relies on the LRN, the ten-digit number that looks like a telephone number. An LRN is assigned to a ported phone number and is used to properly route the call, acting as a network address. Service providers must use the LRN to properly route all ported calls. If there is no dip service used, nearly 50% of all calls would not be completed correctly.
Sign Up for a Demo
Why TransNexus for LRN Dips
Other dip services have complicated pricing that can easily change based on your volume. With TransNexus, you get unlimited dips and the daily LRN download so you will correctly route every call, every time. Also, when you decide to it's time for least cost routing or SIP Analytics® fraud detection, it will only take a call to TransNexus to add those features for your organization.
Interested in a LRN query service but want a little more information about number portability and location routing numbers? Read the TransNexus whitepaper How to Get a Location Routing Number for more information on the process.
It's easy to start today. Sign up for a 60 minute interactive web session with TransNexus and start your LRN Dip Service today. Routing calls correctly and quickly has never been easier.