Increasing local number footprint to provide better flexibility and coverage than any other provider
CHICAGO — Inteliquent, a leading provider of communications services, announced today the increased reach of its on-net local phone number footprint. With more than 12,200 on-net rate centers covered, Inteliquent now reaches over 93% of the United States and has over 3,000 more rate centers available than the next largest provider.
“In the past 12 months, we’ve expanded our on-net footprint by over 2,000 rate centers, and now offer communication service providers access to local numbers covering 93% of the United States’ population,” said Nick Reifschneider, vice president of product at Inteliquent. “We will continue growing our footprint based on our customers’ needs. Today’s announcement demonstrates our commitment to provide the best service, over the best network, by the best people.”
By operating a 100% API-enabled self-service portal, Inteliquent’s communication service provider customers can quickly and efficiently order phone numbers. Numbers can be ordered individually or in bulk. In addition, Inteliquent’s seasoned porting specialists make it stress-free for customers to port local, wireline and wireless numbers.
Inteliquent’s customers know they can rely on Inteliquent’s nationwide network, which offers the highest quality and reach available, with multiple layers of redundancy across all components. As a one-stop-shop with flexible APIs, Inteliquent makes it easy to build enhanced communications functionality and experiences.
Inteliquent empowers communications for the top communication service providers, unified communications as a service providers and partners. The foundation of Inteliquent’s communications platform as a service (CPaaS) is its fully redundant, geo-diverse, carrier-grade tier 1 network. This network is trusted by the nation’s largest service providers, as it provides the most expansive footprint of local phone numbers in the United States with over 12,200 on-net rate centers and 300 billion minutes of traffic on the network annually.