A Caller ID Name, or CNAM, also known as the Caller Name Presentation, or CNAP, is a telecommunications feature enabling the name of the calling party (business or indiviudal) to be displayed on the receving party's device. In analog networks, the Caller Name can be up to 15 alphanumeric characters, including spaces. Because of the way CNAM databases are managed, it can take up to 72 hours to populate across participating telecom providers. CNAM can be set on most Voxology local phone numbers, and it can also be looked up via the Phone Number Information Lookup API.

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