Location-based Routing - Granularity

Granularity

Routing rules can be specified to different sizes of catchment area. For instance, a different caller route can be defined for each country that a call could originate from. This would be done using the international dialling codes of the incoming caller ID.

On the other hand, specific landline area codes can be programmed in to have their own specific destination.

The furthest that can be gone is to program in separate destinations for individual telephone numbers that call in. Systems can also be programmed to send callers that withhold their caller ID down a specific route, thereby acting as an anonymous call reject device.

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