Local Number Portability definition

Local Number Portability or "LNP" shall have the meaning set forth in Section 10.2.1.1.
Local Number Portability. (“LNP”) means the ability of users of Telecommunications Services to retain, at the same location, existing telecommunications numbers without impairment of quality, reliability, or convenience when switching from one Telecommunications Carrier to another.
Local Number Portability means the ability of users of Telecommunications Services to retain, at the same location, the presence of a previously existing telephone number(s).

Examples of Local Number Portability in a sentence

  • BellSouth shall provide access to the following Databases: Local Number Portability, LIDB, Toll Free Number Database, Automatic Location Identification/Data Management System, and Calling Name Database.

  • Databases include, but are not limited to: Local Number Portability, LIDB, Toll Free Number Database, Automatic Location Identification/Data Management System, Calling Name Database, access to Service Creation Environment and Service Management System (SCE/SMS) application databases and Directory Assistance.

  • CenturyLink is not liable for mistakes in CenturyLink’s signaling networks (including but not limited to signaling links and Signaling Transfer Points (STPs) and call-related databases (including but not limited to the Line Information Database (LIDB), Toll Free Calling database, Local Number Portability database, Advanced Intelligent Network databases, Calling Name database (CNAM), 911/E911 databases, and OS/DA databases).

  • In addition, the Parties agree to follow the Local Number Portability ordering procedures established at the Ordering and Billing Forum (“OBF”).

  • The Parties shall follow the Local Number Portability provisioning process recommended by the North American Numbering Council (“NANC”) and adopted by the FCC.


More Definitions of Local Number Portability

Local Number Portability or “LNP” means the ability of users of Telecommunications Services to retain, at the same location, existing telephone numbers without impairment of quality, reliability, or convenience when switching from one Telecommunications Carrier to another. 69 “Local Traffic” is as defined in Attachment 3 of this Agreement.
Local Number Portability or "LNP” shall have the meaning set forth in Section 10.2.1.1.
Local Number Portability or “LNP” means the method of number portability that utilizes a Location Routing Number or LRN for providing called party routing information and that complies with the performance criteria set forth in 47 C.F.R. § 52.23(a).
Local Number Portability means the ability of users of Telecommunications Services to retain, at the same location, the presence of a previously existing telephone number(s). “Location Routing Number” (LRN) is a ten (10) digit number that is assigned to the network switching elements (Central OfficeHost and Remotes as required) for the routing of calls in the network. The first six (6) digits of the LRN will be one of the assigned NPA NXX of the switching element. The purpose and functionality of the last four (4) digits of the LRN have not yet been defined but are passed across the network to the terminating switch. “Local Service Provider” (LSP) is the LEC that provides retail local Exchange Service to an End User. The LSP may or may not provide any physical network components to support the provision of that End User’s service.
Local Number Portability means the ability for a customer to change its telephone company while still keeping the same telephone number.
Local Number Portability. (LNP) means the ability of users of Telecommunications Services to retain, at the same location, the presence of a previously existing telephone number(s) when switching from one Telecommunications Carrier to another.
Local Number Portability means the ability of End Users to retain, at the same location, existing telephone numbers without impairment of quality, reliability, or convenience when switching from one service provider to another.