Origination/Inbound Calling Services provide the ability to receive inbound calls, to receiving callers’ phone number(s). Furthermore, Origination is used to represent the inbound call leg of two-way voice communications, including PSTN traffic.
How is Bandwidth Involved with Origination/Inbound Calling
Bandwidth’s network is designed and built exclusively for IP-based voice. Our customers get quick access to cost-effective, nationwide coverage, high-quality service, and portals, as well as APIs and platforms that help them differentiate their offerings in the marketplace. Since Bandwidth owns the network, we don’t get stalled out by legacy hardware, agreements, or billing practices that can sometimes be barriers to success.
What are the Benefits of Bandwidth’s Origination/Inbound Calling
Bandwidth’s nationwide footprint covers over 7,000 rate centers (with extended coverage in Canada, Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico) and has approximately 35 million numbers in inventory, making us the sixth largest voice provider in the country. If you have a customer out there, chances are we offer direct inward dialing (DID) numbers to cover their market on our network (on-net). And because it’s on-net, customers benefit from high quality service with less external dependencies and more competitive pricing.
Where We Talk About Origination/Inbound Calling
On our site
In our downloads
Terms Related to Origination/Inbound Calling
- Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)
- Direct Inward Dialing (DID)
- Communications API
- All-IP Voice Network
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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.