In compliance with the latest rules from the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) that require carriers to detect and block scam calls, calls with CLI (caller ID) prefixes +6113, +611300, +611800, and +611900 are rejected originating out of the Plivo network.
What are the restrictions on outbound calling toward Australia?
What are the restrictions on calling toward China?
What are the restrictions on outbound calling toward China?
- Chinese numbers cannot be used as “from” numbers for outbound calling purposes.
- Plivo recommends ensuring an average call duration of three minutes or more. Strict spam monitoring and general restrictions on VoIP in China mean that numbers involved in calls of less than three minutes have a high probability of being blocked.
- If you have a high volume of unanswered outbound calls, it’s likely that calls will be blocked.
- Don’t make calls from modified, spoofed, or restricted origination numbers.
- Avoid high volumes of repeated calls from the same origin number within one hour.
- Don’t use a toll-free number, as your calls will be blocked.
What are the restrictions on inbound calling toward China?
Chinese numbers can be called only from international, non-Chinese numbers. Any inbound calls with a Chinese caller ID will fail.
What are the restrictions on caller ID?