During a specific search, you can search and reserve specific Toll-Free Number (TFN) as per their preference from the TFNRegistry™.
- On the Number Search and Reserve (NUS) page, you must select the desired Acting As Responsible Organization (Resp Org) ID from the drop down menu of available Resp Org IDs.
- Enter a specific number that you wish to reserve in the “Search” field.
- Next, select the “Search” or “Search and Reserve” button. By selecting the “Search” button, you can view the available TFN(s) specific to the given TFN. You can increase or decrease the number of TFN(s) to be reserved from the “Quantity” drop down menu. Once the TFN has been displayed, you can view the available TFN(s) with the status as "Spare" in the "Results" portion of the page. A message, “Found the following search for given number pattern” will be displayed at the top of the NUS page.
- By selecting the “Search & Reserve” button, the TFN will be reserved for you and the status will be changed to the Reserved status, and a message, “x Toll-Free Number(s) are reserved successfully” will be displayed at the top of the NUS page.
- You can select the check box to the left of the desired TFN to enable the “Reserve” button. Once enabled, you can select the “Reserve” button to start using the reserved TFN and the status will be changed to an "In Use" status and a message, "Number not spare" will be displayed in the "Results" portion of the page.
- Select the “Arrow” icon to the right of the section. You can view the Resp Org, Status, Effective Date, Reserved Until and Last Active information. Here, you can view the selected Acting As Resp Org ID in the Resp Org field.
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For more information on how to select a new Acting As Resp Org ID, please click here, or here for more information on the NUS fields, their descriptions, and their valid values.
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