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Request or manage your individual number(s) or search for allocated individual numbers.
Request the allocation of an individual number (0800, 084x, 090x) to offer services in different areas.
Surrender individual numbers allocated to you.
Find available individual numbers (0800, 084x, 090x).
Request a short number (carrier selection code (CSC), 18xy, 116xyz, 1xy, SMS/MMS) or search for available or allocated short numbers.
Request a Carrier Selection Code (CSC) to give your customers a free choice of carrier for national and international calls irrespective of their access network provider.
You can request a 1xy short number to provide an emergency call service, air rescue service or safety information service.
Request a 18xy short number for a directory enquiry service to assist customers looking for a certain telephone number.
Request a 116xyz short number to provide free telephone help and support services. 116xyz short numbers are reserved throughout Europe for harmonised services of social value.
Search for allocated or available short numbers (1xy, 18xy, 116xyz, CSC).
With SMS/MMS short numbers, you can offer your customers access to content services via SMS (Short Message Service) and MMS (Multimedia Messaging System). These numbers must be requested from a telecommunications service provider.
Request E.164 number blocks or access codes or search for available or allocated E.164 number blocks or access codes.
Request E.164 number blocks or search for available or allocated E.164 number blocks.
Request an E.164 number block to be able to offer your end customers 10,000 new numbers from the numbering plan for Swiss telephone numbers.
Search for allocated or available E.164 number blocks.
Request E.164 access codes or search for available or allocated E.164 access codes.
Request an E.164 access code for call control to ported numbers or to enable access to other special services.
Search for allocated or available E.164 access codes.
Request addressing resources, such as national signalling point codes (NSPCs), mobile network codes (MNCs), issuer identifier numbers (IINs), etc., or search for available or allocated addressing resources.
Request an IIN or search for available or allocated IINs.
Request an Issuer Identifier Number (IIN) to correctly identify an issuer of international payment cards for telecommunication services.
Search for allocated or available Issuer Identifier Numbers (IINs).
Request an ISPC or search for available or allocated ISPCs.
Request an International Signalling Point Code (ISPC) to enable international forwarding of control information between elements of a telecommunications network.
Search for allocated or available International Signalling Point Codes (ISPCs).
Request an MNC or search for available or allocated MNCs.
Request a Mobile Network Code (MNC) to uniquely identify yourself as a public terrestrial mobile network operator.
Search for allocated or available Mobile Network Codes (MNCs).
Request an NSPC or search for available or allocated NSPCs.
Request a National Signalling Point Code (NSPC) to enable routing of SS7 signalling traffic between telecommunications networks on a national basis.
Search for allocated or available National Signalling Point Codes (NSPCs).
Request an OID or search for available or allocated OIDs.
Request an object identifier (OID) to enable the precise identification of an information element within a communication process.
Search for allocated or available object identifiers (OIDs).
Request an Administration Management Domain (ADMD) to manage an area of a message handling system (MHS).
Request a manufacturer code, which is used by the control procedures for Group 3 fax machines (non-standard facilities). The structure of the manufacturer code (or 'terminal provider code') is specified in ITU-T Recommendation T.35.
You can request an International Code Designator (ICD) to uniquely identify your company within a coding/addressing system (e.g. ATM network).
Request a network service access point (NSAP) to identify an OSI network access point.
Request a Private Management Domain (PRMD) to manage a domain of a message handling system (MHS).
Request a Relative Distinguished Name (RDN) to uniquely identify a specific directory entry.
Request a TETRA (terrestrial trunked radio) Mobile Network Code (T-MNC) to identify yourself as a private mobile network operator.
Request an operator code to identify service providers and operators of national and international networks for telephony and data transmission in accordance with ITU-T Recommendation M.1400.
Request a tenth of a Data Network Identification Code (DNIC) to identify a data transmission network in accordance with ITU-T Recommendation X.121.
Search for more allocated or available addressing resources (e.g. ADMD, NSAP, manufacturer codes).
Manage your TSP registration or search for a published TSP.
Update your data for registration as a telecommunications service provider.
Search for published telecommunications service providers.
Search for products assigned to your organisation.
Contact us if you have any questions, comments or complaints about telecom services. The relevant office will be pleased to handle your request.