Porting problems - presenting information to Ofcom

Posted on 01/11/2017

We have been liaising with ITSPA recently to try to jointly tackle the problems faced by the B2B community when porting numbers. ITSPA has a Business Switching Task Force which is focusing  lobbying efforts on number portability. As part of this it has produced a survey on number portability and its impact on the industry and our customers. 

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