NRRI Webinar - May I have another number please sir!

Wednesday, November 18, 2020 (2pm - 3:30pm US/Eastern)
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The proliferation of new technologies is quickly changing the telecommunications world. With the universal adoption of wireless technology, hand held devices, security systems, smart devices and the internet of things, there is an increasing demand for new telephone numbers. Traditionally, these numbers were requested by traditional, well-known telecommunications companies with the numbers used for standard devices. With the explosion of new technologies that require numbers, new companies that sometimes have little experience in the numbering area are also seeking numbers. These requests and others, such as the new 988 Suicide Hotline, are requiring changes to dialing plans and leading to the need for new area codes. This webinar will explore who is requesting numbering resources, what they are being used for, how some states are trying to manage numbering resources, and what are all the new things that need a telephone number.

Moderator: Dr. Sherry Lichtenberg, NRRI

Linda Hymans, Sr. Manager of Regulatory/Compliance Somos
Michael Johnson, Utility Analyst, Maine PUC
Henry Pfeiffer, Numbering Manager, CoreTel Communications
Colin Scott, Momentum Telecom

Registration Fees:

These fees are available through 11/18/2020
Name Price Available To
NARUC/NRRI members (including state and local governments) $0.00   International Member
International Affiliate
Federal Member (Full)
State Member (Full)
Federal Member (Associate)
State Member (Associate)
NASUCA/Consumer Advocate $0.00   State Member (Associate)
Academia $0.00   NARUC-Academia-Users
Industry and All Others $275.00   International Affiliate

Cancellation and Other Policies:

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