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General Questions

What is needed (for a provider) in order to become an OTE Wholesale customer?

In order to be an OTE Wholesale customer, you can easily send an e-mail request at wholesale@ote.gr, or send your request by letter to OTE Sales & Service Division.

More specifically, in order to complete your membership in OTE Telecommunication Provider customer list you will need to Submit your Company Legalization Documents, as well as the EETT Licensing.

At the address below Send Request Details and Related Documents:

OTE SA - National Wholesale

Sales & Providers’ Service Division

Sales & Providers’ Management Department

Address: 99 Kifisias avenue

Postal Code:15124 Maroussi

Tel.number: 210 6115350

Fax: 210 6115719

Email: wholesale@ote.gr

What are the required Legal Documents of our company that we will have to submit to join OTE's Wholesale clientele?

General Authorization from the Greek National Regulatory Authority (EETT) are required in order to join OTE's Wholesale clientele.

1. Legal Documents for Telecommunications Providers based in Greece.

-The Company's Articles of Association and its possible amendments for the confirmation of its lawful representation

-Certification issued by Generaland its amendments

-Commercial Registry (G.E.MI.) for the publication of the Articles of Association

-Minutes of the Company’s Management Board (for SA), legally published, for the lawful representation and authorization of legal representatives for the signing of the contracts

-Certification issued by General Commercial Registry (G.E.MI.) regarding dissolution or/and modification in the company's activities

-Certificate of the relevant Court of First Instance (for all companies) showing that the company is not bankrupt, is not being wound up, its estate is not being administered, has not entered into an arrangement with creditors, is not being under resolution or in any analogous situation, also that it is not the subject of proceedings for a declaration of bankruptcy, or for an order for compulsory winding-up or administration by the court, or for an arrangement with creditors and also that it has not applied for reorganization or any other similar procedure

-Certificate for commencement of the Company’s operation by the relevant tax office

-Copy of the General Authorization from the Greek National Regulatory Authority (EETT)

2. Legal Documents for Telecommunications Providers based in a Member State of the European Union – except Greece)

Legal entities / Natural persons based / residing in a Member State of the European Union – except Greece

(i) Legal entities:

-Legal documents certifying the incorporation and representation of the foreign legal entity accompanied by apostille and an official translation in the Greek language.

-Legal documents regarding the appointment of a representative in Greece and a solemn declaration by the representative accepting his/her obligations.

-The representative must be a resident of Greece and be familiar with the Greek language.

-Copy of ID card or passport of the –authorized representative.

(ii) Natural persons:

-ID card or passport

-Certificate of commence business by the relevant tax authority.

-Authorization of the natural person regarding the appointment of a representative in Greece and a solemn declaration by the representative accepting his/her obligations. The representative must be a resident of Greece and be familiar with the Greek language.

-Copy of ID card or passport of the representative

Wholesale CRM

What are the Wholesale CRM (WCRM) information systems?

They are Online Order and Tracking Information Systems for OTE's Services to Domestic Telecommunication Providers.

The development and continuous upgrading of advanced Wholesale CRM Online Management Systems increases the level and quality of Telecommunication Service and at the same time provides better, faster and more substantial two-way information and collaboration.

VPU FTTH FAQs

How can I order VPU / FTTH?

For start you have to be a licenced Telco.

Then you have to contact OTE Wholesale in order to register as an OTE Wholesale client.

Afterwards you have to sign Wholesale Local Access Reference Offer contract.

If you have followed all the steps described above, you can apply and monitor your VPU / FTTH orders & connections through WCRM-LLU system.

There is also an API interface provided for order management automation.

How can I find out if I can provide VPU / FTTH to a certain customer?

There is a VPU / FTTH availability tool in WCRM-LLU system.

You are able to find out if VPU / FTTH is available at the address of your customer premises by using this tool.

VPU / FTTH is provided at specific addresses announced to every Telco according to the VLU Product Specifications defined by local NRA.

Detailed list of the districts where VPU / FTTH is currently available is announced through WCRM-LLU system.

How much does it take to implement VPU / FTTH?

It depends on whether the building has already optical infrastructure or not.

There is an SLA for every phase of VPU / FTTH implementation that includes optical infrastructure construction.

You can find more details in Wholesale Local Access Reference Offer.

How can I find out if a certain customer has already optical connectivity?

When you enter the appropriate customers details and before you place the order, WCRM LLU will indicate optical infrastructure connectivity up to the demarcation point.

You can use this information to estimate the time needed for VPU / FTTH implementation

Do I need anything else?

Of course, you have to order an OKSYA or SYMEFS (DSLAM flavor only) supplementary service at the central Exchanges collecting traffic from one or more OLTs that provide VPU / FTTH services.

Is there any time commitment for VPU / FTTH?

There is a time commitment for two (2) months period.

Afterwards you can terminate VPU / FTTH service for a customer whenever you want.

Why don’t I have the choice to select optical construction type inside the building (BEP / Floor Box)?

The appropriate technical solution is decided per case after a site survey conducted by OTE technical experts, taking into account the special features of the building in order to construct internal optical cabling to every floor (so as FTTH is available to all the rentants in the future).

How can I announce a fault for VPU / FTTH?

When you face a problem with your customer services, you can use WCRM-LLU system not only to announce a fault, but also to monitor fault management as well.

There is also an API interface provided for fault management automation.

VPU FAQs

How can I order VPU?

For start you have to be a licenced Telecom Provider.

Then you have to contact OTE Wholesale in order to register as an OTE Wholesale client.

Afterwards you have to sign Wholesale Local & Central Access Reference Offer contracts.

If you have followed all the steps described above, you can apply and monitor your VPU orders & connections through WCRM-LLU system.

There is also an API interface provided for order management automation.

What are the prerequisites for ordering VPU?

You have to sign Wholesale Local & Central Access Reference Offer contracts.

Moreover, you have to order an O.K.SY.A. or SY.ME.F.S. supplementary service at the central Exchanges collecting DSL traffic from one or more DSLAMs that provide VPU services.

VPU service availability is announced through WCRM-DSL system.

VPU service cannot be provided in cases where either A.RY.S. from KV or FLLU service cannot be provided.

Is there any time commitment for VPU?

You can request VPU service termination for a customer, whenever you want.

Where can I find VPU prices?

Current VPU one-off and recurring fees are always announced at www.otewholesale.gr.

These fees are defined by local NRA on an annual basis.

VPU recurring fee applies from the day after delivery of the service regardless of the DSL modem installation at customer premises.

How can I announce a fault for VPU?

When you face a problem with your customer services, you can use WCRM-LLU system not only to announce a fault, but also to monitor fault management as well.

There is also an API interface provided for fault management automation.

VPU Light FAQs

How can I order VPU light?

For start you have to be a licenced Telco.

Then you have to contact OTE Wholesale in order to register as an OTE Wholesale client. Afterwards you have to sign Wholesale Local & Central Access Reference Offer contracts.

If you have followed all the steps described above, you can apply and monitor your VPU light orders & connections through WCRM-LLU system.

There is also an API interface provided for order management automation.

What are the prerequisites for ordering VPU light?

You have to sign Wholesale Local & Central Access Reference Offer contracts.

Moreover you have to order an O.K.SY.A. or SY.ME.F.S. supplementary service at the central Exchanges collecting DSL traffic from one or more DSLAMs that provide VPU light services.

VPU light service availability is announced through WCRM-DSL system.

Is there any time commitment for VPU light?

You can request VPU light service termination for a customer, whenever you want.

Where can I find VPU light prices?

Current VPU light one-off and recurring fees are always announced at www.otewholesale.gr.

These fees are defined by local NRA on an annual basis.

VPU light recurring fee applies from the day after delivery of the service regardless of the DSL modem installation at customer premises.

How can I announce a fault for VPU light?

When you face a problem with your customer services, you can use WCRM-LLU system not only to announce a fault, but also to monitor fault management as well.

There is also an API interface provided for fault management automation.

A.RY.S. / V-A.RY.S. FAQs

How can I order A.RY.S. / V-A.RY.S.?

For start you have to be a licensed Telco.

Then you have to contact OTE Wholesale in order to register as an OTE Wholesale client.

Afterwards you have to sign Wholesale Central Access Reference Offer contract.

If you have followed all the steps described above,you can apply and monitor your A.RY.S. / V-A.RY.S. orders & connections.

What are the prerequisites for ordering A.RY.S. / V-A.RY.S.?

You have to sign Wholesale Central Access Reference Offer contract.

Moreover, you have to order an O.K.SY.A. or SY.ME.F.S. supplementary service at the central Exchanges collecting DSL traffic from one or more L/E that provide A.RY.S. / V-A.RY.S. services.

Is there any time commitment for A.RY.S. / V-A.RY.S.?

You can request A.RY.S. / V-A.RY.S. service termination for a customer whenever you want.

Where can I find A.RY.S. / V-A.RY.S. prices?

Current A.RY.S. / V-A.RY.S. one-off and recurring fees are always announced at www.otewholesale.gr.

These fees are defined by local NRA on an annual basis.

A.RY.S. / V-A.RY.S. recurring fee applies from the day after delivery of the service regardless of the DSL modem installation at customer premises.

What’ s the difference between A.RY.S. & V-A.RY.S.?

The only difference between A.RY.S. & V-A.RY.S. is that A.RY.S. provides ADSL speeds (up to 24 Mbps), whereas V-A.RY.S provides VDSL speeds (30 & 50 Mbps) when it is feasible.

How can I announce a fault for A.RY.S. & V-A.RY.S.?

When you face a problem with your customer services, you can use WCRM-DSL system not only to announce a fault, but also to monitor fault management as well.

Ο.K.SΥ.Α. SY.ME.F.S. FAQs

How can I order Ο.K.SΥ.Α./ SY.ME.F.S.?

For start you have to be a licenced Telco.

Then you have to contact OTE Wholesale in order to register as an OTE Wholesale client.

Afterwards you have to sign Wholesale Local & Central Access Reference Offer contracts.

If you have followed all the steps described above, you can apply and monitor your Ο.K.SΥ.Α. or SY.ME.F.S. orders & circuits through WCRM-DSL system.

How much does it take to implement Ο.K.SΥ.Α. / SY.ME.F.S.?

It depends on Ο.K.SΥ.Α. flavor and if the appropriate infrastructure is available.

You can find more details in Wholesale Central & Local Access Reference Offers.

How can I select the proper BNG if there are more than one BNGs in a Central Exchange?

You have to apply to all the BNGs of the specific Central Exchange .

Can I have Ο.K.SΥ.Α. / SY.ME.F.S. in the same Central Exchange with different demarcation point?

Ο.K.SΥ.Α. or SY.ME.F.S. flavor (BRAS or DSLAM) should have the same demarcation point in a Central Exchange.

There are specific flavors for each Central Exchange depending of the type of existing Collocation Service etc.

Is there any time commitment for Ο.K.SΥ.Α./ SY.ME.F.S.?

There is a time commitment for six (6) months period.

Afterwards, you can terminate Ο.K.SΥ.Α. / SY.ME.F.S. circuit whenever you want.

Can I choose between optical interfaces for traffic delivery?

Ο.K.SΥ.Α./ SY.ME.F.S. is provided at 1G optical interface (or 10G wherever possible).

There is a single mode fiber Ethernet interface per BNG.

You are able to declare the optical interface type you prefer (Long, Intermediate, Short) while placing Ο.K.SΥ.Α./ SY.ME.F.S. order.

LLU FAQs

What does the term regulated product mean? How does regulation affect Colocation, LLU & SubLLU products?

Regulated products are not affected by the market rules but are subject to specific regulatory framework (Reference Offer), which is introduced by the competent public authority.

Colocation, LLU & SubLLU products are described at the Unbundling Reference Offer (RUO), published by the Hellenic Telecommunications & Posts Committee (Greek NRA).

RUO describes thoroughly all the order and fault management procedures of the main products and their supplementary services.

What is the difference between Colocation service for LLU & Colocation for SubLLU?

The difference between the two services lies at the point where the Telcos install their equipment.

Colocation oriented for LLU service, requires that the provider installs its equipment inside specially formed space situated within OTE Local Exchanges (Physical Colocation Service) or outside of the Local Exchanges (Remote Colocation).

Colocation oriented for SubLLU service on the other hand, requires that the provider installs its equipment inside own cabinet, at close distance to OTE’s KV.

What is the difference between the LLU & the SubLLU service?

The difference between the two services lies at the demarcation point.

LLU service ends at the OTE’s Local Exchange, while the SubLLU service at the OTE’s KV.

Due to this difference, SubLLU service is fit to provide better service quality, although the provision conditions differ widely between the two access services.

Are there any compulsory measures for the use of LLU & SubLLU?

Telco that foresees to be introduced into the LLU & SubLLU market, need to carry out a series of prerequisite actions, relevant to all OTE wholesale services’, (e.g. Service Agreement signing, access to WCRM OTE information systems and others) more information here.

Moreover, colocation services should be active at the regions of Telcos’ interest, according to the regulatory framework conditions and backhaul network for LLU & SubLLU data transfer, should be in service.

How are Colocation, LLU & SubLLU orders being handled by OTE?

OTE WHOLESALE receives Colocation, LLU & SubLLU orders exclusively via WCRM LLU.

Service Level Agreements are defined in the RUO Reference Offer for the majority of order types and are handled based on the date of introduction in WCRM LLU.

Any questions related to LLU & SubLLU services, are submitted via specially configured tool in WCRM LLU, while for Colocation matters the mailing list dep_collocations@ote.gr is available.

How are possible faults being handled for Colocation, LLU & SubLLU?

OTE makes the most effort to maintain and optimize the copper network, over which LLU & subLLU services are provided.

However, given the nature of the network, faults happen and are announced to OTE per subscriber’s line, exclusively via the WCRM LLU on a 24-hour basis, 365 days a year.

The sorts of faults, restoring procedures and relevant SLAs, are thoroughly described in RUO Reference Offer.

Any questions regarding fault announcements can be submitted via specially configured tool in WCRM LLU.

As far as Colocation is concerned and due to particularity of the service, fault announcement and follow up is conducted by TEelcos' Help Desk on a 24-hour basis, 365 days a year.

Fault announcement is made by completing the Damage Report and sending it to Telcos' Help Desk (THD).

How are Colocation, LLU & SubLLU services charged?

Every Telco receives invoices on a monthly basis for Colocation, LLU & SubLLU services.

In the invoices, all billing information is listed thoroughly, arranged by service line and type of order.

The RUO Reference Offer describes in depth all issues of invoice payments, related time restrictions and procedures, concerning wholesale services’ transactions.

SubLLU FAQs

What does the term regulated product mean? How does regulation affect Colocation, LLU & SubLLU products?

Regulated products are not affected by the market rules but are subject to specific regulatory framework (Reference Offer), which is introduced by the competent public authority.

Colocation, LLU & SubLLU products are described at the Unbundling Reference Offer (RUO), published by the Hellenic Telecommunications & Posts Committee (Greek NRA).

RUO describes thoroughly all the order and fault management procedures of the main products and their supplementary services.

What is the difference between Colocation service for LLU & Colocation for SubLLU?

The difference between the two services lies at the point where the Telcos install their equipment.

Colocation oriented for LLU service, requires that the provider installs its equipment inside specially formed space situated within OTE Local Exchanges (Physical Colocation Service) or outside of the Local Exchanges (Remote Colocation).

Colocation oriented for SubLLU service on the other hand, requires that the Telco installs its equipment inside own cabinet, at close distance to OTE’s KV.

What is the difference between the LLU & the SubLLU service?

The difference between the two services lies at the demarcation point.

LLU service ends at the OTE’s Local Exchange, while the SubLLU service at the OTE’s KV.

Due to this difference, SubLLU service is fit to provide better service quality, although the provision conditions differ widely between the two access services.

Are there any compulsory measures for the use of LLU & SubLLU?

Providers that foresee to be introduced into the LLU & SubLLU market, need to carry out a series of prerequisite actions, relevant to all OTE wholesale services’, (e.g. Service Agreement signing, access to WCRM OTE information systems and others) more information here.

Moreover, colocation services should be active at the regions of Telcos’ interest, according to the regulatory framework conditions and backhaul network for LLU & SubLLU data transfer, should be in service.

How are Colocation, LLU & SubLLU orders being handled by OTE?

OTE WHOLESALE receives Colocation, LLU & SubLLU orders exclusively via WCRM LLU.

Service Level Agreements are defined in the RUO Reference Offer for the majority of order types and are handled based on the date of introduction in WCRM LLU.

Any questions related to LLU & SubLLU services, are submitted via specially configured tool in WCRM LLU, while for Colocation matters the mailing list dep_collocations@ote.gr is available.

How are possible faults being handled for Colocation, LLU & SubLLU?

OTE makes the most effort to maintain and optimize the copper network, over which LLU & subLLU services are provided.

However, given the nature of the network, faults happen and are announced to OTE per subscriber’s line, exclusively via the WCRM LLU on a 24-hour basis, 365 days a year.

The sorts of faults, restoring procedures and relevant SLAs, are thoroughly described in RUO Reference Offer.

Any questions regarding fault announcements can be submitted via specially configured tool in WCRM LLU.

As far as Colocation is concerned and due to particularity of the service, fault announcement and follow up is conducted by Telcos' Help Desk on a 24-hour basis, 365 days a year.

Fault announcement is made by completing the Damage Report and sending it to Telcos' Help Desk (THD).

How are Colocation, LLU & SubLLU services charged?

Every Telco receives invoices on a monthly basis for Colocation, LLU & SubLLU services.

In the invoices, all billing information is listed thoroughly, arranged by service line and type of order.

The RUO Reference Offer describes in depth all issues of invoice payments, related time restrictions and procedures, concerning wholesale services’ transactions.

Colocation FAQs

What does the term regulated product mean? How does regulation affect Colocation, LLU & SubLLU products?

Regulated products are not affected by the market rules but are subject to specific regulatory framework (Reference Offer), which is introduced by the competent public authority.

Colocation, LLU & SubLLU products are described at the Unbundling Reference Offer (RUO), published by the Hellenic Telecommunications & Posts Committee (Greek NRA).

RUO describes thoroughly all the order and fault management procedures of the main products and their supplementary services.

What is the difference between Colocation service for LLU & Colocation for SubLLU?

The difference between the two services lies at the point where the Telcos install their equipment.

Colocation oriented for LLU service, requires that the telco installs its equipment inside specially formed space situated within OTE local exchanges (Physical Colocation Service) or outside of the Local Exchanges (Remote Colocation).

Colocation oriented for SubLLU service on the other hand, requires that the telco installs its equipment inside own cabinet, at close distance to OTE’s KV.

How are Colocation, LLU & SubLLU orders being handled by OTE WHOLESALE?

OTE WHOELSALE receives Colocation, LLU & SubLLU orders exclusively via WCRM LLU.

Service Level Agreements are defined in the RUO Reference Offer for the majority of order types and are handled based on the date of introduction in WCRM LLU.

Any questions related to LLU & SubLLU services, are submitted via specially configured tool in WCRM LLU, while for Colocation matters the mailing list dep_collocations@ote.gr is available.

How are possible faults being handled for Colocation, LLU & SubLLU?

OTE makes the most effort to maintain and optimize the copper network, over which LLU & subLLU services are provided.

However, given the nature of the network, faults happen and are announced to OTE per subscriber’s line, exclusively via the WCRM LLU on a 24-hour basis, 365 days a year.

The sorts of faults, restoring procedures and relevant SLAs, are thoroughly described in RUO Reference Offer.

Any questions regarding fault announcements can be submitted via specially configured tool in WCRM LLU.

As far as Colocation is concerned and due to particularity of the service, fault announcement and follow up is conducted by Telcos' Help Desk on a 24-hour basis, 365 days a year.

Fault announcement is made by completing the Damage Report and sending it to Telcos' Help Desk (THD).

How are Colocation, LLU & SubLLU services charged?

Every telco receives invoices on a monthly basis for Colocation, LLU & SubLLU services.

In the invoices, all billing information is listed thoroughly, arranged by service line and type of order.

The RUO Reference Offer describes in depth all issues of invoice payments, related time restrictions and procedures, concerning wholesale services’ transactions.

WLL Ethernet FAQs

How can I place an order for Wholesale Ethernet Services?

The basic condition is that you must be a licensed Telco by NRA.

You will then need to contact the OTE Wholesale Directorate so as to enter the Wholesale official customer list and then sign the respective Leased Lines Wholesale contract. Upon completion of the signing of the agreement by both parties, you will receive the necessary information for your access to the Ordering and Management Information System (WEPL).

What is the approximate time required to activate an Ethernet service that I have ordered?

Activation time depends on the product you have ordered as well as the complexity of the implementation.

For more information, please refer to the Wholesale Leased Lines Reference Offer.

Is it mandatory to have a pre-existing Telco PoP in order to be eligible to activate Ethernet related services?

Yes, it is mandatory. Upon ordering circuits, at least one of the two ends of the circuit has to be a Telco own PoP.

In which cases of Ethernet services does the urban (Metro) circuit charge apply?

If both ends (PoPs) of the circuit are within the same Ethernet Urban Area, the circuit is charged as urban (Metro Ethernet).

Otherwise, the circuit is charged as a long distance, and the billing zone is determined depending on the straight line distance (in km) between the two respective Ethernet nodes.

For more information, please refer to Appendix II of the Wholesale Leased Lines Reference Offer.

Is it possible to simultaneously transfer my client endpoint and upgrade it?

No, those two requests cannot be met simultaneously.

Depending on the needs of your end-customer, you will decide the first request you put and once completed you will then be able to put the second one.

What happens if a visit by a technician is required at the end-customers’ site/PoP?

If an OTE field technician needs to visit your end-customers’ site, he/she will contact the person in charge at the site that has been specified in your appointment request.

How to announce and manage faults?

Fault to repair process, and the relevant SLAs, is fully described in WLL Reference Offer.

Fault announcement and monitoring is performed by Fault Center for providers, on a 24/7 basis.

In order to announce a fault you should fill out the relevant Fault Notice Form and send it to the single Center for Fault Announcements (ΕΒΚ) by e-mail at ksa@ote.gr.

Interconnection FAQs

What is required in order to receive Interconnection Services?

1. In order to receive Interconnection Services, you must submit the Interconnection Services Application, which includes the following data:

• Company Details (Name, Commercial Name, Contact Information, Legal Representative etc.).

• Complete list of Interconnection Services that are requested from OTE.

• Your company’s Invoicing department (including contact details).

• The necessary legal documentation.

• Description of your I-SBCs nodes and networking equipment.

• Topology of your network’s I-SBCs points.

• Selection of physical interconnection method among options offered.

• Analytical details of Logical Interconnection’s elements.

• Selection of desired Interconnection capacity in voice channels.

• Application submission date.

2. Signing the Interconnection Agreement between ΟΤΕ and your company.

CPS FAQs

What are the requirements in order to use Carrier Pre-selection (CPS)?

  • Initially you have to apply to NRA for Carrier Pre-selection prefix assignment (https://www.services.eett.gr/aitisis/index.do)

    Subsequently you notify OTE regarding the Carrier Pre-selection prefix assigned and you proceed with the signature of the Carrier Pre-selection contract.

  • After the previous step is concluded you notify ΟΤΕ with the data requested (contact details, company details), required for OTE Information Systems update.

    In the same time, you should request access -via www.otewholesale.gr- to W-CRM CPS/WLR, by declaring a user that will act as administrator (admin).

  • As soon as W-CRM CPS/WLR access is activated, ΟΤΕ will notify you regarding delivery of the admin user access code in WCRM that certified via signature of a delivery - receipt protocol.
  • Finally, the admin user of your company, using the access code granted, is connected to W-CRM and (optionally) requests the creation of new users, which receive their credentials electronically as soon as their approval process is finalised.

WLR FAQs

Which are the requirements for WLR (Wholesale Line Rental)?
  • Mandatory pre requisites are to already have Carrier Pre-selection (CPS) service activated and having signed the OTE Interconnection Contract.

  • Following the previous step you sign the WLR contract with ΟΤΕ.

  • Afterwards you initiate a request for WLR service via W-CRM CPS/WLR.

  • The process is concluded by informing OTE with static IP and public keys that will be used for your access to the CDR’s acquisition FTP server.
How are WLR tickets initiated and how are we informed regarding their status?

WLR services tickets are initiated and monitored via the W-CRM WLR Information System in a 24hr basis 365 days per year.

ITD FAQs

What is required in order to obtain an OTE subscriber’s Data Base CD?
  • You are initially required to obtain a permit form NRA regarding the provision of Phone Directory Services.
  • Subsequently you sign an OTE Subscriber License Agreement and you receive an optical disc (CD/DVD) with the OTE Subscriber Database, which is provided in an editable format. NB: Mobile phone numbers as well other landline networks are not included.
  • Finally, a VPN will be formed, that will connect OTE with the telco’s main server, to which all of OTE’s subscribers’ changes will be sent. For the aforementioned process SFTP will be used.
What is required to obtain Access to the Database of the the Integrated Telephone Directory (ITD)?

You initially have to request the permission from NRA for the provision of Phone Directory Services.

Subsequently you sign the Integrated Telephone Directory (ITD) Database Access contract, and your company is provided with a Leased Line which gives you access to the ITD database.

Finally, a suitable application is installed in your company in order to obtain Access to the Database of the Integrated Telephone Directory (ITD).

NP FAQs

What are the requirements for Number Portability Service?
  1. Initially you have to apply to NRA for (optionally) granting Spectra as well as Portability Prefix. (https://www.services.eett.gr/aitisis/index.do)

  2. NRA will proceed in activating your company in the National Portability Database (NPD), providing you a Service Provider password as well as access codes to NPD.

  3. Subsequently you sign the Portability Contract with OTE.

  4. Afterwards, you notify NRA, ΟΤΕ and the rest of the Telcos via liaison points that will be assigned, the prefixes 5xxyyy as well as possible spectrums assigned to you. In the same time, you notify ΟΤΕ with the data requested (contact details, company details), required for OTE Information Systems update.

  5. This process is concluded, after the formal confirmation from OTE regarding the activation of prefixes in OTE’s network.