Swift Release Of 855 Numbers Necessary

The popularity of 1-800 numbers is surpassing that of local phone numbers at rates exceeding industry expectations.
Toll free service has increased at such a fast pace that the supply of available 1-800 numbers is at an all-time low. According to the Federal Communications Commission 1-800, 888, 877 and 866 numbers are increasingly popular for businesses and for personal use. And that is why we continue to lobby for the swift release of the new pool of toll free numbers–the 855 area code numbers.


Improper Sales of Toll Free Numbers on the Rise

The reported increase in attempts to profit from the illegal sales of 800, 888, 877, and 866 numbers are partly in response to rapidly dwindling supplies of quality toll free numbers. Experts advise anyone interested in obtaining an 800 number should legally obtain a toll free number through a reliable toll free service provider to avoid hefty fines and/or losing their established phone numbers.

Telecoms Turning Away from VoIP in Favor of Fiber Optics

Hearing more and more about fiber optics lately. Fiber optics used for telecommunications is still considered more reliable than VoIP, particularly for long distance calls, because it allows for longer intervals of signal transmission without interruptions. Fiber optics provides a quality connection that ensures clarity in every call. With this technology, optical fibers are used instead of metal, reducing lost connections from electromagnetic interference. Fiber optics is also considered more secure. It is difficult, if not impossible, to detect motion through the fibers. This reduces concerns over phone calls being improperly monitored.