Select business pricing if you expect to use less than one million queries per month
or carrier pricing if you expect to use one million or more queries per month.
Optimized for great coverage and low cost
Excellent accuracy, traditional network CNAM coverage
Optimized for the highest possible accuracy and coverage
Optimized for great coverage and low cost.
Excellent accuracy, traditional network CNAM coverage.
Optimized for the highest possible accuracy and coverage.
The pricing published here is for businesses and telephone services providers that expect to have less than
one million queries per month. There is no contract required to sign up and begin using the service.
No payment method required.
Telephone carriers with a monthly volume of one million queries or more will receive customized pricing.
Our carrier sales representatives are ready to answer any questions you may have.
Volume-based discounted price quote.
|Proprietary caller name data.||Real-time network CNAM.||Real-time network CNAM and|
expanded private data network.
|Optimized for great coverage and low cost.||Excellent accuracy, traditional network CNAM coverage.||Optimized for highest possible accuracy and coverage.|
|Uses proprietary data, similar to non-telecom caller name products.||Performs real-time dip on every transaction and returns a result if available.||Performs real-time dip first, and uses proprietary data only when real-time dip does not produce a good result. Highest coverage and accuracy rates in the industry.|
|HTTP, SIP, ENUM, SS7, SIGTRAN||HTTP, SIP, ENUM, SS7, SIGTRAN||HTTP, SIP, ENUM, SS7, SIGTRAN|
|325ms avg||325ms avg||325ms avg|
|Phone and Email||Phone and Email||Phone and Email|
"CNAM," which is short for "Caller Name," refers to the name of the person or business placing a phone call. CNAM data allows phones to display the caller's name, in addition to the caller's phone number. This is sometimes also referred to as "Caller ID Name," or "caller name."Continue Reading
CNAM data is collected and propagated by the carrier who owns the telephone number, and their authoritative repository respectively. Each carrier has different policies regarding CNAM. Some carriers, like T-Mobile, automatically opt-in their subscribers, and some carriers, like Verizon Wireless, require their subscribers to opt-in.Continue Reading
CNAM values are authoritative because of their source. CNAM values are carrier-supplied values and come directly from the authoritative CNAM repository associated with that carrier.Continue Reading
Official CNAM values can only be changed by your telephone service provider or carrier. The best way to do this will be to call the company providing you phone service. Your carrier will have a method for updating this value. Once your carrier updates your CNAM value with their authoritative repository, the traditional CNAM network will start returning the new value.Continue Reading