Data & Trends from the Robocall Mitigation Database

Background

With robocalls plaguing both consumers and carriers for long enough, the Federal Communications Commission (“the FCC” or “the Commission”) decided to take action by requiring voice service providers to implement a caller authentication framework, known as STIR/SHAKEN, in order to validate the identity and source behind a call. A…

Cross-industry team completes the first standards-based wireless call to combine authenticated Caller ID and Rich Call Data

Another key milestone in protecting consumers from illegal robocalls while making Caller ID even more trusted is here! Today, in the news, T-Mobile and Partners Complete First-Ever Wireless Call with Rich Call Data — a successful collaboration amongst industry leaders makes history.

In support of empowering T-Mobile subscribers with more…

With one week to go, we’re reviewing who’s filed a certified Robocall Mitigation Plan with the FCC and how these plans support STIR/SHAKEN.

To combat the increasing rate of fraudulent spam callers on the voice network, the FCC took action by mandating that service providers must implement the STIR/SHAKEN caller authentication framework in order to begin validating the identity of originating callers. They set the deadline for the implementation of this framework for…

With the June 30th, 2021 STIR/SHAKEN deadline right around the corner, here are all the facts you need to know to be prepared.

Little did the Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) know that when they signed the First Order of the Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence (TRACED) Act in late 2019, a global pandemic would follow suit and affect the way the world would soon depend on the communications channel so heavily…

Numeracle

Established to take action against the growing problem of unwanted and illegal robocalls, Numeracle is on a mission to return trust to communications.

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