How to get DID local numbers (IP Telephony)

Joshua Goldbard j at 2600hz.com
Wed Dec 5 19:51:08 UTC 2012


Hey,

We use a number of different carriers. Have had very good experience with Bandwidth.com. If you're doing anything with numbering APIs they have a good one. Most CLEC's or ILEC's will sell you DID blocks but you need to do something with them (attach to PRI or allocate via SIP). I assume you know this already, but the bind is that a lot of carriers won't sell you blocks of DIDs without other associated products.

Hope that helps.

Cheers,
Joshua

Community Manager for http://www.2600hz.com

On Dec 5, 2012, at 12:06 PM, <sam at wwcandt.com>
 wrote:

> I'm not sure about the license that you may need IANAL but you can get
> DIDs from a number of resellers I use http://www.voxbeam.com/, Level3
> http://www.level3.com, and vitelity http://www.vitelity.com
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> Hope that helps.
> 
> Sam Moats
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>> Hi there,
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>> Can someone explain me how can I get an block of DID (Telephony numbers)?
>> For example I need 200 numbers. Is that special organization or I must buy
>> it somewhere? 
>> What the rule for USA (NY) about telephony providing ? Should I have a
>> licence to sale ip telephony?
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>> Thanks. 
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