Robocall Mitigation: Help is Here

STIR/SHAKEN requirements were initially slated to go into effect June 30, 2021. However, voice providers with fewer than 100,000 access lines were granted an automatic extension until June 30, 2023 to implement STIR/SHAKEN on the IP portions of their network. Note that action is still required to comply during the extension period.

Adam Fenski, PE, answers the most common questions Vantage Point has received from providers. The video is 13 minutes long, or you can use the “Chapters” feature to jump to the question you are most interested in:

  1. If I have started to deploy STIR/SHAKEN, do I still have to certify and submit a robocall mitigation plan?
  2. Am I required to use third party analytics-based robocall mitigation solutions as part of my plan?
  3. What are the components of a robocall mitigation plan?
  4. What if we have multiple companies that are required to submit a robocall mitigation plan?
  5. If I want to work with Vantage Point for my plan, what’s the first step?

If you’re just getting started, Adam explains more about the extension and the Originating Robocall Mitigation Program Requirement here:

Vantage Point is offering an economical originating robocall mitigation program that may be ideal for many providers. To learn more or sign on for this program, please complete the form below.