NANP definition

NANP means the numbering plan used in the United States that also serves Canada, Bermuda, Puerto Rico and certain Caribbean Islands. The NANP format is a 10-digit number that consists of a 3-digit NPA code (commonly referred to as the area code), followed by a 3-digit NXX code and 4-digit line number.
NANP means the “North American Numbering Plan”, the system or method of telephone numbering employed in the United States, Canada, and certain Caribbean countries. It denotes the three digit Numbering Plan Area code and a seven digit telephone number made up of a three digit NXX code plus a four digit line number.

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NANP means the numbering plan used in the United States that also serves Canada, Bermuda, Puerto Rico and certain Caribbean Islands. The NANP format is a 10-digit number that consists of a 3-digit NPA code (commonly referred to as the area code), followed by a 3-digit NXX code and 4-digit line number. 78 “Numbering Plan Area” or “NPA” also is sometimes referred to as an area code. There are two general categories of NPAs, “Geographic NPAs” and “Non-Geographic NPAs.” A Geographic NPA is associated with a defined geographic area, and all telephone numbers bearing such NPA are associated with services provided within that geographic area. A Non- Geographic NPA, also known as a “Service Access Code” or “SAC Code,” is typically associated with a specialized telecommunications service which may be provided across multiple geographic NPA areas (e.g., 800, 900, 700, 500 and 888 are examples of Non-Geographic NPAs).
NANP means the numbering plan used in the United States that also serves Canada, Bermuda, Puerto Rico and certain Caribbean Islands. The NANP format is a 10-digit number that consists of a 3-digit NPA code (commonly referred to as the area code), followed by a 3-digit NXX code and 4-digit line number. 3.31 "NXX" means the fourth, fifth and sixth digits of a ten-digit telephone number. 3.32 "Party" means either USWC or ACI and "Parties" means USWC and ACI. 3.33 "Point of Interface", "Point of Interconnection", or "POI" is a mutually agreed upon point of demarcation where the exchange of traffic between two LECs (including a LEC and a Co-Provider) takes place. 3.34 "Port" means a termination on a Central Office Switch that permits end users to send or receive telecommunications services over the public switched network, but does not include switch features or switching functionality. 3.35 "Rate Center" means the specific geographic point and corresponding geographic area which are associated with one or more particular NPA-NXX codes which have been assigned to a LEC (or Co-Provider) for its provision of basic exchange telecommunications services. The "rate center point" is the finite geographic point identified by a specific V & H coordinate, which is used to measure distance-sensitive end user traffic to/from, the particular NPA-NXX designations associated with the specific Rate Center. The "rate center area" is the exclusive geographic area identified as the area within which the LEC (or Co-Provider) will provide Basic Exchange Telecommunications Service bearing the particular NPA-NXX designations associated with the specific Rate Center. The Rate Center point must be located within the Rate Center area. 3.36 "Reseller" is a category of local exchange service provider that obtains dial tone and associated telecommunications services from another provider through the purchase of bundled finished services for resale to its end users.
NANP means the North American Numbering Plan. NANP is an integrated telephone numbering plan serving North American countries that share its resources. These countries include the United States and its territories (Puerto Rico, Guam, U.S. Virgin Islands, North Mariana Islands and American Samoa), Canada, Bermuda, Anguilla, Antigua & Barbuda, the Bahamas, Barbados, the British Virgin Islands, the Cayman Islands, Dominica, the Dominican Republic, Grenada, Jamaica, Montserrat, Saint Maarten, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, and Turks & Caicos.
NANP means the "North American Numbering Plan," the system or method of telephone numbering employed in the United States, Canada, and certain Caribbean countries. It denotes the three digit Numbering Plan Area code and a seven digit telephone number made up of a three digit Central Office code plus a four digit station number. "NENA" (NATIONAL EMERGENCY NUMBER ASSOCIATION (NENA)) is an association with a mission to foster the technological advancement, availability and implementation of 911 nationwide.