Proactively identify errors
Automatically check customer service record (CSR) information before submitting your port request to ensure a smooth switch.
Empower your users
Your customers can control their own ports with complete visibility in your application—made possible by our next-gen APIs.
For a seamless user experience
Help when you need it
Our award-winning support and engineering teams are on hand 24/7/365 if you need help setting up your new environment or if issues arise with your end-users.
Support, all year round.
Set up your Mission Control account
Get started with Telnyx by setting up a Mission Control account and checking out our Porting API. It only takes a few minutes of setup.
Build on full documented APIs
Integrate Telnyx APIs into your platform by following our quickstart guides and extensive developer documentation. Our developer docs are frequently updated and improved.
Let your users take total control
Enable your customers to create and submit their own port orders in your interface—when and where they need them. Easily set thresholds that make sense for your app.
Help them stay in control and improve transparency
Schedule cutover times, make edits to requests and track porting status with complete transparency from start to finish.
Stress-free porting is possible
Our APIs streamline the porting process, providing absolute transparency from start to finish.
If you need new numbers, you can find local numbers in over 140 countries in the portal or via API.
Ooma offers porting via Telnyx APIs
Ooma integrated with Telnyx APIs, so their customers can search for, port or buy numbers seamlessly via their portal.
Test our number porting API
Take the hassle out of number porting with next-gen communication APIs that are easy to integrate with your systems.
How to check if your number can be ported
Find out if your number can be ported with our easy-to-use number portability checker.
Number porting is the process of taking an existing phone number and transferring it from one communications provider to another. Businesses may choose to port numbers in order to gain better service or cheaper rates with a new provider.