Local Service Request
Local Service Request (LSR) is the industry name for the order in which carriers submit to other carriers to initiate a port order of a single or multiple telephone numbers.
How Bandwidth is Involved with LSRs
Bandwidth submits an LSR to the losing/current carrier in order to port phone numbers to the Bandwidth network on behalf of our customers.
What Are the Benefits of LSRs
We make this process easy by providng our customers with a user-friendly portal to submit the necessary information, so we can then submit the LSR to the losing carrier.
Where We Talk About LSRs
On our site
In our downloads
- How to submit LSR requests using the Bandwidth UI
- Local Exchange Carriers: How Bandwidth can help you expand your nationwide footprint
Terms Related to LSR
- Port Order Number (PON)
- Local Number Portability (LNP)
- Number Portability Administration Center (NPAC)
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Our lawyers have asked us to remind you that, in the event of any conflict between these defined terms and the defined terms included in any agreement between you and Bandwidth, the agreement controls.
“Bandwidth” refers to Bandwidth Inc. and/or Bandwidth.com CLEC, LLC.