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I'm not here for someone to help me troubleshoot as this audience simply isn't knowledgable in the areas I need troubleshooting. I'm just here for a basic question, which I'm ready to accept that no one here knows.

I manage a phone company and was doing some troubleshooting. Our upstream switch (the tandem switch for our area) passed us up to 8 calls for each inbound call placed on occasion. The tandem switch said that they saw multiple calls coming in for every single call placed by the various numbers I was calling from. One was a generic SIP provider and the other was my Google Fi cell phone. They said they saw the calls coming in via CenturyLink and Neutral Tandem.

Does anyone know if Google Fi uses CenturyLink, Neutral Tandem or both for their voice termination services?
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Wow you come to this community and in your first sentence you put us all down. That's not really a good method to get something you need. 
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It's not a put down, it's simply not this community's responsibility or area of expertise.

I do not expect the Google Fi community to help me in the troubleshooting of the generic PSTN. Just like I don't come here to ask about alternator replacement.
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So you could have just been nice and not even said the first part and just asked about the termination. Clearly manners and politeness is not something you have mastered
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I was attempting to avoid a dozen replies back and forth when someone inevitably asked why I wanted to know and then I start to explain and we go down a sad trail of tangents. It seems as though I ended up there anyway.
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As you already note, your question is beyond the scope of this forum.  We are Google customers trying to help other customers.  For highly technical questions like yours, you need to contact Google directly.
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