Gazelle Communications is a North American communications and VoIP service provider serving business customers in a wholesale manner who incorporate Gazelle phone numbers in their own service offerings. In these cases, Gazelle’s customer is the service provider to the subscriber and the entity that can identify the subscriber and how the number is being used. Gazelle serves business customers directly. Gazelle does not serve residential users, nor is it a wireless service provider.
We take unwanted calls and text messages seriously. At Gazelle, we work with companies to power their own communications service offerings, and that includes providing them with phone numbers. We do our best to ensure our customers use Gazelle-provided numbers responsibly and in accordance with the law.
If you are receiving unwanted calls or text messages or seeing misuse of a number you believe is on Gazelle’s network, please fill out the form below so we can investigate the issue. If you provide us with a valid email address, we’ll provide you with a follow-up.
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