9-1-1 is a three-digit telephone number to facilitate the reporting of an emergency requiring a response by a public safety agency. Calls placed to 9-1-1 are generally routed and responded to by what is known as a PSAP (Public Safety Answering Point).
How Bandwidth is Involved with 9-1-1
Bandwidth offers nationwide 9-1-1 services for service providers with nomadic, mobile, and static applications. If you offer IP-based or other wireline voice service, voice applications or call center services, we’ve got a solution for you. As of June 30, 2017, Bandwidth supports roughly 8 million 9-1-1 enabled phone numbers on behalf of its customers.
What Are the Benefits of 9-1-1
Bandwidth is one of only three providers able to route VoIP 9-1-1 calls directly into the nation’s 9-1-1 infrastructure and the only one to offer single-source access to nationwide voice and SMS. You benefit from streamlined operations and less vendors to manage so you can instead focus on doing what you do best — keeping your customers happy.
Where We Talk About 9-1-1
On our site
- Bandwidth 9-1-1 Access
- Webinar Q/A: 911 & The Internet of Things
- How the Latest 9-1-1 Technology is Making Us Safer Than Ever at Work, Home, and On-the-Go
In our downloads
- Spirit Taps into More Reliable 9-1-1 Coverage with Bandwidth
- Types of 9-1-1 Services
- 9-1-1 Demystified
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“Bandwidth” refers to Bandwidth Inc. and/or Bandwidth.com CLEC, LLC.