All the network providers or/and electronic communications providers, including the new entrants of the market, are obliged to provide number portability services to the subscribers. In reference to this obligation all providers are required to implement the necessary procedures in order to be able to port in and port out numbers from their network and to be connected to the NRDBP either directly or via another provider, so that geographical and non-geographical portability, including mobile numbers, is available according to the provisions of the Number Portability Regulation.
Parties of the public and private sector (such as the General Secretariat of Civil Protection) may have access to NRDBP, upon EETT’s approval, in order to obtain information on the portability of the numbers:
For electronic communications providers , these services are:
For other parties, public or private sector, services include searching for information on the name of the provider with a corresponding number (whether the number has been ported or not), as well as port history from one provider to another.
The electronic communications providers can connect to NRDBP through automated interfaces, as well as using Web browser interface , without any other software installation.
Parties of the public and private sector connect to NRDBP through the Web browser.
Access to the NRDBP services is permitted only to authorized users, who have a valid username and password, received from the NRDBP administrator.
There are two options to access NRDBP depending on what the operator wants to use from NRDBP’s functionalities:
1. An operator can directly contact the NRDBP administrator (using the connection request from) in order to connect to it
2. An operator can use an assistant network (another operator already connected to NRDBP willing to provide this service) to access NRDBP
If you would like to connect to NRDBP, please fill out the following form and we will contact you.
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Last Update: 06/06/2018