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How do a add a second home NPA?

How do a add a second home NPA?

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In August we will be required to dial 10 digits for local calls and 11 digits for long distance calls. This is because another NPA is being added as a local NPA.
How can I require NPA+NXX+xxxx for all local calls instead of 7 digits? Can I add a second NPA as local in LD 15 or LD 90? Our trunks are both local and long distance, so I don't need to point the calls to specific routes. Thanks!

RE: How do a add a second home NPA?

Remove all of your nxx's and build SPN's for the 2 area codes. That will force the users to dial it correctly. Or you could send your local nxx's to a DMI that adds the area code. Lots of things you can do with BARS. Here we have local dialing in 2 area codes, 913 and 816. We can still dial 7 digits within 913 local but obviously local in the 816 require the area code +7. I'm sure there are other ways to accomplish it but this works for me.

RE: How do a add a second home NPA?

Easiest way I found is just add those 2 area codes as SPN's like KC said, that's what I did and even left the NXX's. We could actually dial either way for about the first month or so then eventually when we dialed just the 7 digit's we got a recording saying we need the area code.

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