June 6, 2017
iconectiv, to join industry leaders including Disney/ABC, Fox Networks, Microsoft, and Viacom at interactive network technology conference
May 22, 2017
iconectiv and the AOPM and AOP, the Spanish mobile and landline Operator Associations, today announced that the iconectiv MobileID offer, has been selected to exclusively provide port corrected numbering data. This service is critical to help foreign operators route calls and SMS sent to Spanish residents from businesses outside the country, mainly when the Spanish number is ported.
May 22, 2017
iconectiv y la AOPM y la AOP, asociaciones formadas y gestionadas exclusivamente por operadores de telefonía fija (AOP) y móvil (AOPM), anunciaron hoy que la oferta MobileID de iconectiv ha sido seleccionada en exclusiva para proveer los datos de encaminamiento de numeración portada de España . Este servicio proporcionado por iconectiv resulta relevante para asegurar a operadores extranjeros el correcto encaminamiento del tráfico de llamadas y mensajes de texto con destino a la numeración perteneciente a las distintas redes públicas telefónicas existentes en España, particularmente cuando se trata de numeración que ha sido objeto de operaciones de portabilidad entre operadores.
May 15, 2017
iconectiv, the next Local Number Portability Administrator (LNPA) for all seven U.S. regions, began industry testing today, May 15, 2017, a major milestone in the transition to the new Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC).
May 11, 2017
iconectiv, will provide valuable insights on boosting customer engagement between consumers and brands, amid stringent Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) messaging regulations, during an upcoming webinar on May 18, 2017. Presented along with the Professional Association for Customer Engagement (PACE), the webinar: The Power of Identity: Avoiding the Pitfalls and Costs of Consumer Disengagement, will focus on the role of text messaging as part of an omnichannel strategy to drive revenue and brand intimacy within their business operations.
May 11, 2017
Telemarketers and robocalls using spurious Caller ID to trick consumers into answering their phones – also known as ‘spoofing’– are the primary source of Federal Communications Commission (FCC) complaints and reports of telecom fraud, and the problem is increasing at an alarming rate. A new industry white paper titled, Caller ID: The Impact of Robocalling and Spoofing, has been released that provides a brief overview of the issue as well the techniques being developed to help alleviate the problem.