Cequint and TNS Survey Finds Caller Anonymity Frustrates Subscribers

SEATTLE, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#callerid–Caller identification remains a key issue in the wireless industry as
robocallers and spammers increasingly target subscribers by hiding
behind a veil of anonymity, leading to the industry and FCC taking
action and protecting mobile users by establishing a Robocall Strike
Force.


Cequint,
a Transaction
Network Services
(TNS) company, conducted a survey among adult
Android and iOS mobile phone users in the US to document how significant
this issue is and identify areas of focus for the Strike Force.

The findings are presented in this new
infographic
.

ENDS

About Transaction Network Services:

Transaction Network Services (TNS) is a leading global provider of data
communications and interoperability solutions. TNS’ Telecommunication
Services Division addresses the full needs of over 400 wireless and
wireline operators in the US and globally. Its portfolio of network
signaling, roaming and clearing, wireless fraud management, and database
and registry solutions enables the successful delivery of subscriber
services anywhere at any time.

For more than a decade, its Cequint subsidiary has pioneered the
development of innovative, market-leading mobile Enhanced Caller ID and
Call Management solutions. Cequint’s technology and intellectual
property is protected by 33 patents that it has been granted globally.

For more information please visit www.tnsi.com or
www.cequint.com.

Contacts

Transaction Network Services
Clare Cockroft
PR Director
T:
+44 (0)114 292 0163
E: pr@tnsi.com
or
TNS
Jo
Moorwood
Senior Director, Marketing Communications
+1 703 814
8065