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Standard User uno
(knowledge is power) Sat 20-Feb-16 13:34:37
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Re: UKDDI down


[re: bit_bucket] [link to this post]
 
Yes, the range holder is TelNG Ltd.

I would ask your contact there for a list of providers they already have porting agreements with. That'll give you a list to work from.

Matt

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Edited by uno (Sat 20-Feb-16 13:34:58)

Standard User bit_bucket
(learned) Sat 20-Feb-16 13:45:16
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Thanks again Matt,

TelNG is basically Dave & Marina.

Might take a while, as I think Dave's been hiding in a cupboard for the last fortnight.

Lizzie
Standard User uno
(knowledge is power) Sat 20-Feb-16 13:50:05
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I'll ask around to see if any of my contacts know of anyone that can take such numbers.

Might not be until Monday I hear back from them though.

Matt

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Standard User bit_bucket
(learned) Sat 20-Feb-16 14:05:13
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The first thing I'm going to try and ask him is if he's going to surrender his ranges back to Ofcom.

If he does that then porting could prove to be an expensive waste of time.

Lizzie
Standard User uno
(knowledge is power) Sat 20-Feb-16 14:06:45
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.. he may also hand them over to someone else to maintain.

Matt

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Standard User scots_jon
(newbie) Mon 22-Feb-16 09:53:03
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Similar email from Dave. He suggested to me porting to Surevoip (who coincidentally supply my outbound trunk), I don't know if he has agreed this with Surevoip or whether it was the first name that came to mind.

Surevoip charge £4 a month per number to host so I'm instead trying to port the numbers to Voxbeam who can charge from 0.40usd per number/month.

Voxbeam have told me they can port and accept the numbers, but as yet this hasn't happened. Part of the delay may be that the Voxbeam paperwork requested a copy of the latest invoice from the current provider, which of course I don't have.

J.
Standard User scots_jon
(newbie) Tue 23-Feb-16 09:57:49
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Voxbeam have confirmed that they have initiated the port (at 30USD per number), but no further progress.
Standard User xhemp
(newbie) Thu 21-Apr-16 19:40:58
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Does anyone manage to port a number from TelNG? I contacted Sipgate (they don't have a porting agreement with TelNG) and Voxbeam (still waiting for their reply).
Standard User scots_jon
(newbie) Thu 21-Apr-16 19:44:09
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Yes, I ported my our numbers to voxbeam last month. All went very smoothly and Voxbeam were very helpful and quick. I've since bought two further new DDI with Voxbeam and am pleased with the service and performance.
Standard User xhemp
(newbie) Thu 21-Apr-16 20:25:18
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Thanks, scots_jon, appreciate the quick reply.
I will try to port it to them, let's see how it goes.
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