Numbering Utilization Report Form 502 Due Feb. 1

2021-12-09T11:06:01-05:00December 9, 2021|e-Lerts|

Use JSI’s NPAC Query Portal for a more accurate filing

Service providers that receive numbering resources directly from the North American Numbering Plan Administrator (NANPA) are reminded that they must file Form 502, the Numbering Resource Utilization & Forecast (NRUF), with NANPA by February 1, 2022. The February filing will show the status of all numbering assignments as of December 31, 2021. Your NRUF Form 502 should categorize your numbers as Assigned, Intermediate, Reserved, Aging, or Administrative. Numbers not designated in any of these categories are deemed Available for Assignment.

One common problem on Form 502 is the misclassification of telephone numbers (TNs) that have been ported out of the original service provider’s network. Current rules require the carrier to which the numbers were originally assigned by NANPA to report ported-out numbers as Assigned on the Form 502. If a ported-out number is disconnected in the Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC) it automatically returns (snaps back) to the original carrier assigned the number. These disconnected TNs must be categorized as Available in the original carrier’s Form 502 filing. The problem is that many service providers are NOT notified when one of their native numbers is disconnected in the NPAC and returned to their numbering inventory.

To assist our clients with ported TN status accuracy, we’ve developed the NPAC Query Portal in MyJSI where clients can directly check the latest ported status of their assigned NPA-NXXs and 1K Blocks. The downloadable Excel reports include: Telephone Number, Port Status, Location Routing Number (LRN), Ported Date, Line Type, Operating Company Number (OCN), Service Provider Identifier (SPID), City, and State. The NPAC Query Portal is accessible 24/7 to all MyJSI users and no contract is required. Fees are based solely on the quantity of NXXs or 1K blocks requested. Querying a full NPA-NXX is $35 and a single 1K block is $5. If you do not have a MyJSI account, you can request one by clicking on the sign up link at http://myjsi.jsitel.com/site/login.

For questions on the Form 502 or the NPAC Query Portal, please contact Karen Hoffman in JSI’s Maryland office at 301-459-7590.

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FCC Numbering Resource and Utilization Form 502 Report Due Aug. 2

2021-11-02T13:10:03-04:00June 21, 2021|e-Lerts|

JSI’s new NPAC Query Portal can help with this filing’s accuracy

All service providers receiving numbering resources directly from the North American Numbering Plan Administrator (NANPA) must file their Numbering Resource and Utilization Form (NRUF), known as Form 502, by August 2, 2021, for the period ending June 30, 2021. Numbering utilization for this report is categorized as follows: Assigned, Intermediate, Reserved, Aging and Administrative. Telephone numbers that do not fall into any of these categories are considered Available for Assignment.

One common area of concern is how to categorize telephone numbers (TNs) that have been ported out of the original service provider’s network. Current rules require the carrier to which the numbers were originally assigned by NANPA to report ported-out numbers as Assigned on the Form 502. If a ported-out number is disconnected in the Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC) it automatically returns (snaps back) to the original carrier assigned the number. These disconnected TNs which have been snapped back are considered Available in the numbering inventory and must be categorized as Available in the original carrier’s Form 502 filing.

New this year, JSI clients can directly query their assigned NPA-NXXs and 1K Blocks in the NPAC using our new NPAC Query Portal in MyJSI. Our new portal provides the NPAC status in an Excel report on every TN within an NXX or 1K block to assist carriers correctly identify the status of ported out numbers. These reports include: Ported TN, Port Status, Location Routing Number (LRN), Ported Date, Line Type, Operating Company Number (OCN), Service Provider IDentifier (SPID), City, and State. The NPAC Query Portal is open to all MyJSI users and no contract is required. Fees are on a per-report basis and are based solely on the quantity of NXX or 1K block reports requested in the query. Querying a full NPA-NXX is $35 and a single 1K block is $5.

Ensure your NRUF filing is complete and accurate by running the necessary reports from our NPAC Query Portal. Simply sign into your MyJSI account and click on the NPAC Query Portal on the menu. If you do not have a MyJSI account, you can request one by clicking on the sign up link at http://myjsi.jsitel.com/site/login.

For questions on the Form 502 or the NPAC Query Portal, please contact Karen Hoffman in JSI’s Maryland office at 301-459-7590.

Numbering Resource Utilization and Forecast (NRUF) Form 502 due February 2

2017-05-19T10:09:49-04:00January 16, 2015|e-Lerts|

All service providers assigned numbering resources from the North American Numbering Plan Administration (NANPA) or the Pooling Administration are required to submit the NRUF Form 502 by February 2, 2015. NRUF Form 502 is a semi-annual filing requirement due February 1 and August 1 each year, reflecting all numbering utilization for the periods Jan. 1-June 30 and July 1-Dec. 31, respectively. Form 502 provides NANPA with the utilization status of all NXXs assigned to service providers, and as well provides NANPA with a forecast of anticipated NXX requirements over the next five years. This allows NANPA to monitor numbering availability and project anticipated numbering exhaust concerns within the NANP territory.

As a further reminder to this filing requirement, all PORTED TELEPHONE NUMBERS (TNs), from within NXXs or blocks assigned to your company, must be reported as ASSIGNED numbers on the Form 502. And, any ported out TN which has been returned to your numbering inventory must be reported as AVAILABLE on the Form 502. As many service providers do not receive notice when one of their ported out TNs has been disconnected and subsequently returned to them as the original assignee of the number, service providers must have a mechanism in place to track the status of ported out/disconnected numbers in order to properly report TN status on the NRUF Form 502.

For those clients requiring assistance with determining the ported out/disconnect status of their numbers, feel free to contact JSI for our Ported TN Report. For those clients that have JSI file the NRUF Form 502 on their behalf, the necessary data forms should have already been received by your company for updating.

Should you have any questions on the Form 502 or Ported TN Report, please contact Karen Hoffman at 301-459-7590.

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