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1 CNA NPA 226/519 (Area Code) Relief in Southern Ontario April 16 – April 17, 2013

2 CNA NPA 226/519 and Adjacent Area Codes

3 CNA The NPA relief plan chosen will seek to minimize end users confusion while balancing the cost of implementation by all affected parties. If a relief plan requires customers to undergo number changes, the plan shall not require these customers to undergo further number changes until at least 8-10 years later. All efforts should be made to choose a plan that does not favour a particular interest group, i.e., no relief plan should give one Carrier or group of Carriers a competitive advantage over other Carriers or groups of Carriers. NPA Relief Planning Principles and Considerations

4 CNA The NPA Code Relief Coordinator should facilitate the selection of a consensus NPA relief plan based on input as outlined below. Communications should be established with all affected industry members, the CRTC and the North American Numbering Plan Administrator (NANPA). This should be initiated immediately after the need for NPA Relief has been determined. NPA Relief Planning Principles and Considerations (contd)

5 CNA The NPA Relief Planning process is described in detail in the Canadian NPA Relief Planning Guideline. This process requires participation by affected parties and other interested parties at meetings of the Relief Planning Committee (RPC) for the NPA requiring relief. The major objective of the NPA relief planning process is to ensure an adequate supply of CO Codes is available at all times to the Canadian telecommunications industry (i.e., ensure that NPA Relief occurs in advance of NPA exhaust). NPA Relief Planning Process

6 CNA Another objective of the NPA Relief Planning process is to develop, in accordance with the Canadian NPA Relief Planning Guideline and its time frames, a consensus recommendation for an NPA relief plan to be submitted for CRTC approval. It is the responsibility of all participants (e.g. Carriers, service providers, manufacturers, equipment suppliers, and users) to implement the approved NPA relief plan. NPA Relief Planning Process (contd)

7 CNA The Relief Options shall cover a period of at least eight years beyond the Projected Exhaust Date, and shall cover more than one relief activity, if necessary, during the time frame. The relief plan shall be a living document and will reflect changes that take place over the time it is being developed (e.g., demand for CO Codes, local competition, wireline and wireless number portability, etc.) during the time it takes to create. The annual and relief planning Numbering Resource Utilization Forecast (NRUF) analyses shall be used as one of the tools in updating the options. NPA Relief Planning Process (contd)

8 CNA The recommendation for a Relief Method (e.g., split, overlay, boundary realignment) is made by the Relief Planning Committee (RPC), and shall be specified in the Planning Document, along with boundaries if a split is chosen. The estimated life of the relief shall be included in the Planning Document along with assumptions, projected code assignment rates, etc. NPA Relief Planning Process (contd)

9 CNA In the long term, the plan shall result in the most effective use possible of all CO Codes serving a given area. Ideally, in the case of splits, all of the CO Codes in a given area shall exhaust at approximately the same time. In practice this may not be possible, but severe imbalances shall be avoided. NPA Relief Planning Process (contd)

10 CNA Monitor CO Code Assignment and Availability Conduct Special or Relief Planning NRUFs Appoint a Meeting Moderator, an NPA Relief Coordinator and a Meeting Secretary Prepare Initial Planning Document (IPD) Issue Notice of Initial Meeting, and distribute IPD to Affected Parties and appropriate regulatory authority The Roles and Responsibilities of the CNA in the NPA Relief Planning Process

11 CNA Conduct Initial NPA Relief Planning Meeting Conduct subsequent NPA Relief Planning Meetings/conference calls Notify the North American Number Plan Administrator and iconectiv TRA of the relief planning activities Make a public announcement The Roles and Responsibilities of the CNA in the NPA Relief Planning Process (contd)

12 CNA NPA 226/519 serves 210 Exchange Areas NPA 226/519 serves southern Ontario Most of the growth for existing service providers in area code 226/519 is concentrated in less than ten (10) Exchange Areas, with the majority of this growth being in the Exchange Areas of Brantford, Chatham, Guelph, Hespeler, Kitchener Waterloo, London, Orangeville, Sarnia, Windsor and Woodstock Projected Future Average Growth is 65 NXXs/year NPA 226/519 is projected to exhaust in October 2017 Background

13 CNA NPA 226/519 Actual and Forecast CO Code Assignments

14 CNA NPA 226/519 CO Code Exhaust January 2012 G-NRUF

15 CNA NPA 226/519 Miscellaneous and LEC+WSP CO Codes January 2012 G-NRUF

16 CNA NPA 226/519 CO Code Exhaust July 2012 R-NRUF

17 CNA NPA 226/519 Miscellaneous and LEC+WSP CO Codes July 2012 R-NRUF

18 CNA NPA 226/519 CO Code Exhaust January 2013 R-NRUF (including NOC directives)

19 CNA NPA 226/519 Miscellaneous and LEC+WSP CO Codes January 2013 R-NRUF (including NOC directives)

20 CNA Total CO Codes in an NPA (NXX format)1600 CO Codes unassignable prior to a Jeopardy Condition: N11 Service Codes ( ) 16 Special Use Codes (555, 950 & 976) 5 Home NPA(s) (226 & 519) 4 Current Neighbouring NPA (249, 289, 705 & 905) 4 Future Canadian Geographic NPAs (382, 460,487 & 548 ) 8 Plant Test Codes (958 & 959) 4 Special 7-Digit Dialing Codes (310, 610 & 810) 5 CO Codes from 226 NPA set aside for Initial Code Assignments for New Entrants only 7 CO Codes from 226 NPA set aside for Initial Code Assignments 4 Subtotal 57 Assignable CO Codes prior to a Jeopardy Condition1543 CO Codes that become assignable in a Jeopardy Condition CO Codes from 226 set aside for Initial Code assignments 4 Future Canadian Geographic NPAs 6 Neighbouring NPAs 0 Subtotal 10 Assignable CO Codes in a Jeopardy Condition1553 Assigned Codes on 28 February Available Codes on 28 February 2013 without a Jeopardy Condition407 Available Codes on 28 February 2013 in a Jeopardy Condition417 CO Codes available for assignment in NPA 226/519

21 CNA Split – 4 options Option 1 – Split - North South Split of NPA South retains NPA 226 Option 2 – Split - North South Split of NPA North retains NPA 226 Option 3 – Split - East West Split of NPA East retains NPA 226 Option 4 – Split - East West Split of NPA West retains NPA 226 Distributed Overlay – 1 option Option 5 – Distributed Overlay of New NPA on NPA 226/519 Relief Options

22 CNA The following three Relief Methods were not examined in detail: Boundary Extension Overlay Concentrated Overlay Technology-specific Overlay The advent of Wireless Number Portability in Canada does not permit a Technology-specific Overlay Relief Option to be implemented Relief Methods not examined in Detail

23 CNA NPA LIRs

24 CNA Option 1: Split – North South Split of NPA South retains NPA 226

25 CNA Currently, NPA 226/519 is expected to exhaust in the year In this split Relief Option the Southern Region (109 Exchange Areas) retains NPA 226 and remains in 519, and the Northern Region (101 Exchange Areas) remains in NPA 519 and telephone numbers in NPA 226 change to a new NPA. NPA 226/519 contains the rapidly growing Exchange Areas of Chatham, London, Sarnia, Windsor and Woodstock, and the 519/New NPA would contain the rapidly growing Exchange Areas of Brantford, Guelph, Hespeler, Kitchener-Waterloo and Orangeville. After the split, both the 226/519 NPA and the 519/New NPA would be expected to exhaust in 2029 and 2029 respectively. Customers telephone numbers in 315 CO Codes would change. This Relief Option would increase the number of separate Relief Planning areas in Ontario from 6 to 7. Option 1: Split – North South Split of NPA South retains NPA 226

26 CNA Option 2: Split – North South Split of NPA North retains NPA 226

27 CNA Currently, NPA 226/519 is expected to exhaust in the year In this Relief Option the Northern Region (101 Exchange Areas) retains NPA 226 and remains in 519, and the Southern Region (109 Exchange Areas) remains in NPA 519 and telephone numbers in NPA 226 change to a new NPA. NPA 226/519 contains the rapidly growing Exchange Areas of Brantford, Guelph, Hespeler, Kitchener- Waterloo and Orangeville while the 519/New NPA would contain the rapidly growing Exchange Areas of Chatham, London, Sarnia, Windsor and Woodstock. After the split, both the 226/519 NPA and the 519/New NPA would be expected to exhaust in Customers telephone numbers in 287 CO Codes would change. This Relief Option would increase the number of separate Relief Planning areas in Ontario from 6 to 7. Option 2: Split – North South Split of NPA North retains NPA 226

28 CNA Option 3: Split – East West Split of NPA East retains NPA 226

29 CNA Currently, NPA 226/519 is expected to exhaust in the year In this option the Eastern Region (80 Exchange Areas) retains NPA 226 and remains in 519, and the Western Region (130 Exchange Areas) remains in NPA 519 and telephone numbers in NPA 226 change to a new NPA. NPA 226/519 contains the rapidly growing Exchange Areas of Brantford, Guelph, Hespeler, Kitchener- Waterloo, Orangeville and Woodstock and 519/New NPA would contain the rapidly growing Exchange Areas of Chatham, London, Sarnia and Windsor. After the split, the 226/519 NPA and the 519/New NPA would be expected to exhaust in 2030 and 2028 respectively. Customers telephone numbers in 300 CO Codes would change. This Relief Option would increase the number of separate Relief Planning areas in Ontario from 6 to 7. Option 3: Split – East West Split of NPA East retains NPA 226

30 CNA Option 4: Split – East West Split of NPA West retains NPA 226

31 CNA Currently, NPA 226/519 is expected to exhaust in the year In this Option the Western Region (130 Exchange Areas) retains NPA 226 and remains in 519, and the Eastern Region (80 Exchange Areas) remains in NPA 519 and telephone numbers in NPA 226 change to a new NPA. NPA 226/519 contains the rapidly growing Exchange Areas of Chatham, London, Sarnia and Windsor and 519/New NPA would contain the rapidly growing Exchange Areas of Brantford, Guelph, Hespeler, Kitchener-Waterloo, Orangeville and Woodstock. After the split, the 226/519 NPA and the 519/New NPA would be expected to exhaust in 2028 and 2030 respectively. Customers telephone numbers in 302 CO Codes would change. This Relief Option would increase the number of separate Relief Planning areas in Ontario from 6 to7. Option 4: Split – East West Split of NPA West retains NPA 226

32 CNA Option 5: Distributed Overlay of New NPA on NPA 226/519

33 CNA Option 5: Distributed Overlay of New NPA on NPA 226/519 Currently, NPA 226/519 is expected to exhaust in the year This Relief Option would overlay the new NPA on the NPA 226/519 area. After this Distributed Overlay, 226/519/New NPA would be expected to exhaust in Customers telephone numbers would not change. With this Relief Option, the number of separate Relief Planning areas in Ontario (i.e. six) would not change.

34 CNA Customers –in preparation for the assignment of CO Codes and telephone numbers in the new/extended NPA, customers must accommodate the additional NPA in their lists, tables, systems and equipment –if a split is implemented, telephone number changes to a new NPA would create major impacts on lists, tables, equipment, systems, advertising, etc. Customers Equipment –Automatic Dialers –Fax Machines –Call Forwarding –Cellular Phones –Burglar Alarms –Voice Messaging Use –Speed Call Lists –Direct Inward System Access (DISA) Numbers –Call Detail Record (CDR) Software –Automatic Call Distributor (ACD)Operations –Modems –PBXs –Centrex –Key Systems Impacts

35 CNA Telecommunications Service Providers –systems etc. must accommodate an additional NPA in the NPA 226/519 area –if a split is implemented, major database changes would be required due to telephone number changes, plus reprogramming of wireless phones Telecommunication Operations –Planning, Provisioning, Network Operations Residential Sales and Service –Business Office, I&R, Sales and Support Corporate Communications –Public Information Finance –Support Business Division –Sales, Public Communication Services, Customer Provided Equipment Marketing –Business Development, Forecast Rates and Tariff System Solutions –System Dev. (Network) –System Dev. (Revenue) Regulatory Matters Impacts (contd)

36 CNA Others –Resellers, Rebillers –International Carriers –CPE Community: Vendors, Maintenance, Owners –Radio Paging Community: Pagers and Beepers –Industry Associations: Hotel, Alarm, Paging, Apartment Owners Impacts (contd)


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