Mobile or fixed number portability is now adopted in many developed countries and the process of implementation of this technology is taking place in many developing countries.
What does FNP stand for?
FNP stands for Fixed Number Portability (phone numbers)
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We have 52 other meanings of FNP in our Acronym Attic
- Family Nurse Partnership (various locations)
- Family Nurse Practitioner
- Family Nutrition Program (various locations)
- Fédération Nationale des Podologues
- Fictitious Name Permit (California)
- Fifth and Pacific Companies (formerly Liz Claiborne, Inc.; est. 1976)
- Fijian Nationalist Party (political party)
- Fiordland National Park (New Zealand)
- Firewall Network Processor
- First National Pictures (now Warner Brothers)
- Flextel Number Presentation (phone numbers)
- Fonds National de Prévention (French: National Prevention Fund)
- Food and Nutrition Programme (UN)
- Forest and Nature Conservation Policy Group (UK)
- Foundation for National Progress (Mother Jones)
- Frankfurter Neue Presse (German: Frankfurter New Press; Frankfurter, Germany)
- Frederick News-Post (Frederick, MD newspaper)
- Freedom Nutritional Products (Australia)
- Friday Night Party
- Front National Progressiste (French: National Progressive Front; Syria)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Network sharing is likely to boost competition between the operators but, Chaddha said, absence of fixed number portability (FNP) could limit du's intent even after commercial launch of fixed network sharing.
Nawras, one of Oman's two telecom operators, has introduced the first fixed number portability service in the country.
However, despite this additional time, Bulgaria is still the only EU country where fixed number portability has not yet been fully implemented, the EC explains.
The launch of fixed number portability service besides the introduction of mobile number portability demonstrates the development of the telecommunications market in Bahrain and enhances strategic plans to empower the consumer and minimise barriers for fair competition," he said.
Bahrain's Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) has launched the fixed number portability service in the country, effective from this October 4.
In the future, the solution will be upgraded to include fixed number portability, he said.
Key Developments: * Fixed Number Portability was introduced in December 2011, and Mobile Number Portability in January 2012 * A bill is in the pipeline to create a Superintendency of Telecommunications * We can expect telecom investments to average US$3 billion in 2012 and 2013.