I think I understand the reasoning behind 8XX DNIS numbers. However, here’s what I don’t understand…
Let’s say we have the following:
800-800-6542 it’s DNIS digits are 6001
I understand that the system “see” the 8XX call coming in. It knows the DNIS digits are 6001. It routes that call to the appropriate number. However, why 6001? Why can’t the last four digits of the 8XX number be used?