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19-07-2011, 11:44 AM
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1. INTRODUCTION
This paper introduces the concept of number portability, explains its different types and benefits, and the technical, operational, and economic issues that might arise out of its implementation in India. The specific issues such as ensuring tariff transparency, the National Numbering Plan, and regulating porting charges, etc. have been raised and will need careful consideration.
Number Portability will allow subscribers to change their service provider while retaining their old mobile number. Portability benefits subscribers and increases the level of competition between service providers, rewarding service providers with the best customer service, network coverage, and service quality.
Number portability is a circuit-switch telecommunications network feature that enables end users to retain their telephone numbers when changing service providers, service types, and/or locations. When fully implemented nation wide by wireline and wireless providers, portability will remove one of the most significant deterrents to changing service, providing unprecedented convenience for consumers, and encouraging unrestrained competition in the telecommunications industry.
Mobile number portability (MNP) requires that mobile telephone customers can keep their telephone number–including the prefix–when switching from one provider of mobile telecommunications services to another. In the absence of MNP, customers have to give up their number and must adopt a new one when they switch operators. As a result, customers face switching costs associated with informing people about changing their number, printing new business cards, missing valuable calls from people that do not have the new number, etc. Based on these considerations, many regulatory authorities have imposed mandatory MNP–or are about to require its introduction–so as to reduce customers’ switching costs, attempting to make mobile telecommunications more competitive.
2. HISTORY
The world’s first country to introduce MNP was Singapore in 1997, followed by the
UK, Hong Kong and the Netherlands in 1999. As of 2003, a number of other countries,
Especially in Europe, require MNP.
The Telecommunications Act of 1996 (TA 96) tore down most of the significant barriers to unfettered competition in telecommunications. However, the inability of end users to retain their telephone numbers when changing service providers or types could potentially dissuade consumers from making such a change, threatening to hinder industry competition and growth. Congress’ addition of Section 251 (b)(2) to TA 96 addressed this obstacle by defining number portability, requiring that all carriers deploy it, and setting deadlines for implementation. FCC Docket No. 95-116 (In the Matter of Telephone Number Portability) and subsequent FCC orders and reconsiderations reinforced Congress’ mandate and set the machinery in motion to implement number portability.
The actions of both Congress and the FCC enabled consumers and businesses to choose new providers, services, and locales while retaining their phone numbers, thereby fostering competition in the telecommunications industry.
To ensure standardization across platforms for all participants, the FCC instructed the North American Numbering Council (NANC) to determine which number portability method to employ. Several options were investigated. The location routing number (LRN) method was chosen because it appeared to be the most efficient and is now successfully implemented in the wire line environment. The NANC then created the Local Number Portability Working Group (LNPA-WG) and empowered it to select the appropriate technology, create standards, determine operational processes, and develop and implement a deployment strategy. To fulfill its responsibilities, the LNPA-WG was granted the authority to convene appropriate subcommittees as needed. Subcommittees created include the National Number Pooling and Slow Horse groups, as well as the Wireless Number Portability subcommittee, which defines integration issues between the wireless and the wireline industries. NeuStar was named the Number Portability Administrator and operates the Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC).
10-08-2011, 04:04 PM
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RE: MOBILE NUMBER PORTABILITY

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I. Introduction
In the context of traditional circuit-switched telecommunications networks, number portability is the ability of end-users to
retain their telephone numbers when changing service providers, service types or locations. It is believed that when fully
and nationally implemented by both wireline and wireless service providers, number portability will remove one of the
most significant switching costs for consumers and will encourage competition in the telecommunications industry.
With the Telecommunications Act of 1996, Congress addressed the issue of number portability by formally defining it,
setting deadlines for implementation, and requiring all carriers to deploy it. To ensure standardization across platforms for
all participants, the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) instructed the North American Numbering Council (NANC)
to determine which number portability method to employ. The location routing number (LRN) method proved to be the
most efficient among alternatives and is the method now widely implemented in wireline environment. The sections
below discuss in detail number portability and LRN architectures.
II. Types of Number Portability
There are three types of number portability:
1) Service provider portability.
2) Location portability
3) Service portability
Service Provider Portability
Historically, all directory numbers in a given Numbering Plan Area - Central Office Code (NPA-NXX) were assigned to a
single telephone switch. By owning their customers' numbers incumbent local exchange carriers (ILEC) had significant
advantages over competitors. When customers wanted to switch service, they had to give up their number which imposed
on them inconvenience/switching costs. With the Telecommunications Act of 1996, FCC mandated that all numbers be
portable to all local exchange competitors (ILECs, CLECs, cellular, etc.). The Act defined service number portability as the
ability of end users to retain existing directory numbers (DN) at the same location as they change from one service
provider to another.
The introduction of service provider portability allows individual DNs in one NPA-NXX to be moved to a different switch. To
ensure that calls are routable to a portable number, FCC approved the concept of location routing number. Under the
number portability standard, each switch that hosts portable number is assigned a 10-digit LRN that is used to route calls
to that switch. All LNP-capable network elements have to maintain a list of NPA-NXXs that are considered portable. That
particular FCC mandate only refers to porting numbers within a given "portability domain" or rate center.
Location Portability
Location portability is the ability of users to retain existing DNs without impairment of quality, reliability, or convenience
when moving from one physical location to another. Location portability allows a given telephone number to be
associated with any network termination device, independent of location. It also allows customers to take their DNs when
they move to another geographic location outside of the original rate center. Although FCC does not address location
portability at this time, it leaves room for changes in the future.
Service Portability
Service portability is the ability of users to retain existing DNs without impairment of quality, reliability, or convenience
when switching from one service to another provided by the same telecommunications carrier. FCC is not addressing
service portability at this time and requirements for service portability are still undefined.
21-12-2011, 03:01 PM
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RE: MOBILE NUMBER PORTABILITY
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22-12-2011, 10:00 AM
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04-02-2012, 08:35 PM
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10-02-2012, 11:36 AM
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Introduction
Mobile Number Portability offers the subscriber the flexibility to retain his telephone number
even when he switches to another operator in a service area. Number portability is a feature
that allows a mobile subscriber to use the same number across different service providers. The
person/user has the liberty to opt for any service provider without the time-consuming exercise
of letting the rest of the world know about the change of number
Very often subscribers do not switch to another operator even if the competitor is offering
lower tariff and better services because they do not want to change their number.
In a consultation paper issued in July 2005, TRAI said that subscribers and operators would
benefit from the introduction of the number portability system. As per TRAI, "In most service areas
in India, subscribers have a choice of operators, however, the subscriber's inability to retain his
telephone number when changing operators is an obstacle to competition. Therefore, MNP will
benefit subscribers and increase the level of competition, rewarding operators with the best
customer service, coverage, and service quality.”

1.2 Types of Number portability
Number portability can be of different types.

1.2.1 Location-based: This enables a mobile subscriber to use the same number when
shifting from one geographical area to another.

1.2.2 Operator-based: This makes it possible for a mobile subscriber (or a fixed telephony
subscriber) to shift from one mobile (or a fixed) service provider to another in the same area and
retain his original number too.

1.2.3 Service-based: Enables subscribers of a company to use the same numbers across
different mobile technologies — Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) and Code
Division Multiple Access (CDMA) based Wireless in Local Loop (WLL).

1.2.4 Convergence-based: Allows usage of the same number while shifting from fixed to
mobile telephony.

1.2.5 Total number portability: Enables usage of the same number across different
technologies, geographical regions and national boundaries and is the ultimate aim of number
portability. It will also be the most difficult to implement and would require a collaborated effort
on the global scale among different service providers. It will be a combination of different types
of portability options.
Number portability when used to transfer numbers from one service provider to another is called
Mobile Number Portability. MNP is already being used in developed markets, which are mature
and have a much higher teledensity.
15-02-2012, 12:17 PM
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21-04-2012, 03:03 PM
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INTRODUCTION


Number Portability will allow subscribers to change their service provider while retaining their old mobile number. Portability benefits subscribers and increases the level of competition between service providers, rewarding service providers with the best customer service, network coverage, and service quality.


Definition


Number portability is a telecommunications network feature that enables end users to retain their telephone numbers when changing service providers, service types, and/or locations


Service Order Administration (SOA)

Serves as an interface element between carriers' order and provisioning systems and the Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC).
SOA's primary functions include subscription audit request or management, data administration, data transfer to the NPAC, report generation, bulk file parse and upload, subscription tracking, legacy order entry interface, and logging.

Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC)

Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC) is a third-party, neutral database administration function that supports number portability.
This database is designed to receive information from both incumbent and new service providers, validate that info. and download the new routing information when a customer has been physically connected to the new service provider's network.


ADVANTAGES

Price war
– Competition on price instead of differentiated services
– Heavy marketing campaigns, free giveaways and airtime
Ban on handset subsidies
– As well as SIM-locked phones and long service contracts
Single-rate call plans
Easy and costless MNP process for end-users
MNP should reduce switching costs and strengthen competition


Conclusion

MNP does not generate churn, it only removes one barrier from the way of free. As such, it brings challenges and opportunities for old and new telecommunications providers.
To be successful in the competitive telecommunications environment, carriers have to carefully analyze their network and administrative infrastructures, select the best MNP solution for their needs and exploit the benefits of increased customer choice that NP provides.
28-04-2012, 02:59 AM
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18-06-2012, 11:59 AM
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Management of Database

The databases can be centralized or distributed.
The centralized model involves a single reference database containing data for all mobile numbers or alternately ported numbers or alternately all ported numbers.
The distributed model involves multiple databases containing subsets of the total data. For example, in on-switch case each separate database in the distributed model may comprise(involves) only the numbers ported from a particular mobile network operator.

Comparison of different technical options

Onward routing is often regarded as the simplest routing method to implement and the all-call-query method as the most complex.
The centralized database solution is perceived as a long-term target solution for number portability.
Distributed database solutions might need less coordination because every operator will have to handle the information only of his ported-out or ported-in numbers.

Indian scenario

TRAI came up with a consultancy paper on mobile number portability in July 2005.
In India, we already have so much of competition and the lowest tariffs in the world.
“Introducing portability will only increase tariffs- it makes no sense now.”
In the CDMA space, the main players- Reliance Infocomm and Tatas
Reliance has demanded that number portability should be introduced in fixed lines first as that would give it an opportunity to take a swipe at BSNL’s customer base.
India, the cost per subscriber would be around Rs 300. Assuming that 15 per cent of the total subscriber base of 200 million ( projected in 2007) opt for the service, operators would need to fork out about Rs 9 billion.
These calculations suggests that it is not as costly affair as predicted by most service providers .

Is MNP feasible in India?

The cost per subscriber to introduce MNP is Rs 675 in Australia and Rs 900 in Europe, but around Rs 300 in India.
Pakistan and the Netherlands are introducing MNP despite only 6.9 per cent tele-density.
The Netherlands is introducing MNP in spite of only 10 per cent tele-density.
The US has over 8.5 million customers who have adopted for MNP.
Tariffs have not gone up in countries that have adopted for MNP.
Tariffs have not gone up in countries that have adopted MNP.

Points against MNP

In the US, only 5 per cent phone subscribers have adopted MNP so it has got a lukewarm response.
Tele-density in India is only 12 per cent, so the market has not matured yet.
Churn rates (changing service providers) will increase by 15 to 30 per cent.
Additional expenditure will be in the range of Rs 30 to 40 billion, hence tariffs to go up.
Indian mobile tariffs are the lowest in the world, hence no justification to use portability as a weapon to ensure competition.
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