Number selection tool

The online procedure for selecting numbers is simple and intuitive and is accessed via the “Pricing and Coverage” menu option. Numbers are easily selected by specifying the country, city name/prefix, and number types required (Fig. 1).

Specifying the country, city name/prefix, and number types required Fig. 1. Specifying the country, city name/prefix, and number types required

A full list of in-stock numbers for the selected region and services is displayed by clicking on the button (Fig. 2).

Display Inventory button Fig. 2. “Display Inventory” button

Available regular and gold numbers are listed separately, with an additional charge being levied for the purchase of gold numbers (Fig. 3).

The list of in-stock DIDs Fig. 3. A listing of in-stock DIDs

It is possible to search for specific numbers by entering preferred digits or alphanumeric sequences (Fig. 4 and Fig. 5).

Numeric search of numbers Fig. 4. Numeric search of numbers

Alphanumeric search of numbers Fig. 5. Alphanumeric search of numbers

Listed numbers may be reserved by clicking on the icon next to that number. Reserved numbers are allocated to the customer for a period of time prior to checkout, with a countdown indicator displaying the time remaining (minutes:seconds) before that number is returned to the general inventory (Fig. 6). This timer may be reset by clicking on the icon next to the reserved number, or the timers for all of the reserved numbers may be reset by clicking on the icon at the bottom of the page.

Individual numbers may be removed from the “reserved” list by clicking on the icon next to the relevant number, or all of the reserved numbers may be removed by clicking on the icon at the bottom of the page.

Number reservation management Fig. 6. Number reservation management

All of the selected numbers will be added to the same shopping cart (Fig. 7). Users may continue shopping, or proceed to the checkout.

Shopping Cart Fig. 7. Shopping Cart

This DID number selection service is also available through the DIDWW REST API

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