The Predictive Number Search feature enhances the search results like the Suggested Number Response feature. A predictive number sequence is displayed based on your previous search or Toll-Free Numbers (TFNs) in a Reserved status. Whenever you search for a particular TFN, the TFNRegistry™ will predict and suggests spare TFNs. An Administrator can enable or disable this feature via the System Parameter Handling (SPH) page. By default, this feature is enabled for every user. You will be able to enable/disable this feature via the User Control (URC) page.
When you log into the TFNRegistry for the first time and if there are no TFNs reserved, then a message, “No numbers found from prediction (xxx)” will be displayed at the top of the page.
Once you perform a search and reserve a TFN(s), then based on the latest TFN(s) reserved by you the TFNRegistry will display a list of TFNs. A message, “System Predicted Toll-Free Number are shown in results page” will be displayed at the top of the page. You can reserve a TFN(s) from this list as long as it is in a Spare status.
Please Note: The number of TFNs that are predicted by the TFNRegistry is 5.
If the predictive search response is turned “OFF” in the SPH page, then a message, “Predictive Number Search feature is turned off (801109)” will be displayed at the top of the page.
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