CNAM is also known as the Caller ID Name. CNAM feature in a telephone network helps the recipient identify an incoming caller by a personal or business name associated with the originating phone number.
CNAM can be registered with a Business or an Individual. However, it should have a name of up to 15 characters. CNAMs should begin with a letter and can only contain letters, numbers, commas, and spaces.
CallHub has made a provision for users to register for a CNAM while setting up STIR/SHAKEN on their account. However, this applies only on US numbers.
Although a section of Canadian numbers can be identified with the number lookups, we cannot guarantee this feature for Canadian numbers, as the carriers do not support this feature on their network.
Click here for the complete steps to register for STIR/SHAKEN from your CallHub account.