Wireless Identifier | Anchor Computer

Wireless Identification lets you identify wireless phone numbers in your data. On July 10th, 2015 the FCC formally released the TCPA Declaratory Ruling and Order to address petitions and requests how the Commission interprets customer communications. Our Wireless Ported Number files provides a comprehensive and economic solution for wireless identification. We will will keep you complaint with TCPA by identifying what each of your numbers are and our team of experts will help you navigate the laws surrounding them.

SERVICE & OPTIONS

  • We identify wireless, and ported phone numbers.
  • Quick turnarounds real time or batch available
  • The Wireless Block file is updated monthly and covers over 400 million phone numbers that are currently assigned or will be assigned to cellular phones
  • Our ported file is updated daily.
  • Ensure you are in compliance with the TPCA of 2013
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FAQ ABOUT WIRELESS CELL PHONE IDENTIFIER ANCHOR SERVICE

    1. Q. Why do I need Wireless Identifier?
      A. TCPA requires all Telemarketers that use a predictive dial to be in compliance.
    2. Q.  What does TCPA stand for?
    3. A. Telephone Consumer Protection ACT
    4. Q. How often am I required to update my file.
      A.  TCPA allows a 15 day window of safe haven.  So your list should be update every 2 weeks.
    5. Q. What industries are using Wireless Cell Phone Identifier Service?
      A. Some early adopters in 2014 and 2015 were Health and Fitness, automotive, non-profits, education and politics, but today it’s not just a matter of who is using mobile technology in business.
    6. Q. Do I have to sign a service agreement with Anchor?
      A. No
    7. Q. What are the codes associated with wireless block and ported processing?
      A. Wireless IDs have 3 codes associated with them:

      • W – wireless
      • P – Ported
      • B – Blank-Undefined
    8. Q.What constitutes a Telemarketing Call
      A. A call made by advertisers that offer or market products/services to consumers. Purely informational calls and calls for non-commercial purposes are exempt from the FCC’s regulations.