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How does UK Geographic Porting work?

Posted by Lauren Farrington on 27-Nov-2018 15:32:40

UK Geographic number portability begins with the Gaining Communications Provider (CP) receiving a request and, where appropriate, a Letter of Authority from the end user to port a number(s) to that end users new supplier.

This request is then sent onto the Losing CP, either directly or through one or more intermediary wholesale partner operators for acceptance. Then, the port is either accepted or rejected. If accepted, a specific date is provided when the port will take place.

Sounds simple right?

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Topics: Product News, Number Portability

UK geographic number porting made easy (-ier)!

Posted by Zacc Couldrick on 29-Oct-2018 19:03:10

Here at Ziron we remember what it’s like starting out. You want attractive rates, a simple to understand commercial model and services delivered in a way that you can do it all yourself, and in no time at all...

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Topics: Number Portability

There's something fishy about UK number porting...

Posted by Ziron on 15-Aug-2018 20:31:36
There is no denying that, for the most part, the number portability regime in the UK is in need of some love and attention. It’s riddled with problems and is often exploited by those with nefarious intent to un-level the playing field.

Here at Ziron, we don’t want to leverage that situation for our own personal gain. Unlike some in the industry, we don’t want to charge our customers through the nose for honest mistakes.

Peel back the mask of virtue from some of our competitors, and you find some interesting facts.
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Topics: Insider, Number Portability, Pricing