Who Owns your Telephone Numbers?

Who Owns your Telephone Numbers?

As the world of comms moves from traditional telephone suppliers, using major networks where the majority of providers are regulated with rules laid down by Ofcom, to a market where the number of providers is increasing dramatically and largely by non-voice...

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Where are your Telephone Numbers?

Where are your Telephone Numbers?

What should be an easy question is often far from easy, if not impossible, to answer as there is no national data base with the detail. No one really knows how many numbers are in use, billions, but exactly how many is not known. The only record is held by Ofcom,...

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More Telephone Numbers for London

More Telephone Numbers for London

October 2019 sees the launch of the new 020 ‘4’ range of telephone numbers; this is following ever growing demand for additional numbers in London. As always, numbers will only be allo-cated by Ofcom subject to justified demand. The 020 4 numbers are for the entire...

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NSL Partner Day

NSL Partner Day

NSL Telecoms has recently held a partner day focusing on the continual development of the comms market and the new opportunities that are generated. In particular these include; unified comms, inbound numbers and PCI ‘card holder not present’ transactions. Using our...

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NSL and the Telecoms Industry – A review

NSL and the Telecoms Industry – A review

NSL Telecoms, have stepped in to 2019 following a busy 2018, both in our own business but across the industry. As we embark on a new year, we have taken the opportunity to review the last 12 months and some of the major news from the sector. According to Tech Nation’s...

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Is the Omni Channel Dream Dwindling?

Is the Omni Channel Dream Dwindling?

Unified Communications and Omni technologies have been with us for a while and the feedback from contact centres that use them is not as joyous as the sellers of the technologies would like. Worse still is that it appears that the industries investing in these...

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NSL Telecoms at BIBA 2019

NSL Telecoms at BIBA 2019

NSL Telecoms set to exhibit at BIBA 2019 NSL Telecoms are delighted to announce we will be exhibiting at BIBA 2019 on the 15th and 16th May 2019. The British Insurance Brokers Association event is being held in Manchester Central and will see over 200 stands and...

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Friendly Fraud is Coming Our Way

Friendly Fraud is Coming Our Way

Friendly Fraud is coming to the UK Friendly fraud is an emerging trend in the USA which is also expected to affect the UK in the coming months. The action of carrying out ‘friendly fraud’ is theft and is considered a crime, punishable in court. It occurs when a...

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The 2025 ISDN Voice Switch Off

The 2025 ISDN Voice Switch Off

Openreach are leaving the voice market and ceasing to supply ISDN lines from 2025 as they move to an IP-based model of voice communication. Vodafone are also terminating ISDN lines (Cable and Wireless) with their existing network closing during February 2019. The...

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NSL Telecoms exhibit at IP Expo Europe 2018

NSL Telecoms exhibit at IP Expo Europe 2018

NSL Telecoms recently exhibited at IP EXPO Europe, taking the opportunity to explore the market, develop relationships and make new contacts. With access and insight into the latest technologies from some of the world’s most influential vendors and speakers, it was...

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