Canadian LNP Consortium Inc. Signs Agreement with Neustar through 2018
Neustar, Inc. (NYSE: NSR), a trusted, neutral provider of real-time information services, today announced that the Canadian LNP Consortium Inc. (CLNPC) signed an agreement under which Neustar will continue to provide number portability services to the Canadian telecommunications industry through December 31, 2018.
Neustar has served as the Local Number Portability Administrator (LNPA) for both the United States of America and Canada for nearly two decades, providing critical infrastructure essential to accurate call routing, consumer choice and competition, and foundational support for the communications industry’s transition to IP networks.
“Neustar is excited to extend its relationship with the Canadian LNP Consortium and the telecommunications industry in Canada until the end of 2018,” said Steve Edwards, Senior Vice President, Data Solutions at Neustar, Inc. “This agreement benefits Canadian consumers and service providers and provides an opportunity to build on Neustar’s exceptional performance and customer support for the industry.”
CLNPC President and CEO Jacques Sarrazin noted, “The Canadian telecommunications industry has signaled its continued confidence in Neustar's ability to provide uninterrupted and reliable number portability services. We believe this step is critical to positioning the CLNPC in planning for 2019 and beyond, and we look forward to ongoing discussions with Neustar with respect to future requirements for number portability services in Canada.”
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