Port In Your Toll-Free US Number
  • 12 Sep 2023
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Port In Your Toll-Free US Number

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Article Summary

Need to port in your toll-free number? No problem, Dialpad has you covered! 

Let's dive into the details. 

Who can use this feature
Dialpad Administrators can initiate a toll-free port request by filling out and submitting a Letter of Authorization (LOA).

Submit Toll-Free Port Request

First, you'll need to provide the account information for your toll-free numbers and return a signed LOA to our Porting team. Please contact them directly at [email protected]

Similar to local number ports, we advise you to first call your current provider and confirm what information to provide Dialpad in order to port your numbers. Requesting a Customer Service Record (CSR) is the best way to gather all of your losing carrier's information for your port.

We want to have all the details correct the first time, as if any amendments are made after submission, the request actually restarts from the beginning and therefore delays the entire timeline. 

Check a Toll-Free Port Request Status

Toll-free ports can take 5-10 business days to process assuming no issues with the submitted LOA form. Rest assured we will keep you informed, and when your toll-free numbers port successfully, we'll send an email to the Dialpad Admin. 

Toll-Free Calling Credits

In order for your toll-free number to accept inbound calls, you will need to add calling credits to your Office account. Otherwise, you will hear an out-of-service message being played stating: "Sorry, but this number is currently not in service. Please try again later."

Easily add credits from your Admin Portal by navigating to dialpad.com/credits

Learn more about call credits in this Help Center article.

Assigning Your Toll-Free Numbers

Toll-Free numbers can be assigned to the following:

Have more questions about porting? Check out our porting FAQs.

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