Forms 502/499-Q Due February 1

This is a reminder that both the Numbering Resource Utilization/Forecast Report (“NRUF”) Form 502 and FCC Form 499-Q must be submitted on or before Thursday, February 1, 2024.  Requirements and filing instructions are provided below.

NRUF Form 502:  The North American Numbering Plan Administrator (“NANPA”) is required to collect, store, and maintain number resource utilization and forecast data.  Therefore, the FCC directs that NANPA number assignees holding geographic and/or certain non-geographic telephone numbers must report on their holdings twice each year (February 1 and August 1) using Form 502.  As with prior filings, Form 502 is available online, along with a collection of instruction manuals and guidance documents.  Users may either utilize NANPA’s online system to complete and submit their Form 502s or may input their data into the Excel Form 502 and submit it via email to [email protected].  NANPA recommends that if inputting the NRUF information into the online system will take longer than 20 minutes, then providers should consider using the Excel Form 502 to avoid network connection interruptions that may lead to inaccurate submissions of data.

FCC Form 499-Q:  All non de minimis telecommunications carriers that provide interstate telecommunications services are required to file a quarterly FCC Form 499-Q Telecommunications Reporting Worksheet.  Carriers must provide revenue information from the period of October 1 – December 31, 2023, and revenue projections from the period of April 1 – June 30, 2024.   FCC Form 499-Q and Instructions are available through USAC and completed Form 499-Qs should be filed electronically through the USAC website.  USAC has also provided examples of Prior Year’s FCC Form 499-Q.

Both NRUF Form 502 and FCC Form 499-Q must be completed and filed on or before February 1, 2024.

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