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Topic # 104202 16-Jun-2012 17:14 Send private message

Currently on Telecom, thinking of moving to Skinny - If I port my number can I still ring my parents for free using their telecom homeline to mobile bestmate thing?  Skinny is telecom afterall...

Anyone had this work?

Cheers

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  Reply # 641868 16-Jun-2012 17:37 Send private message

No not when you join Skinny.

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  Reply # 641874 16-Jun-2012 18:06 Send private message

sxz: Currently on Telecom, thinking of moving to Skinny - If I port my number can I still ring my parents for free using their telecom homeline to mobile bestmate thing?  Skinny is telecom afterall...

Anyone had this work?

Cheers


Hi no sorry Skinny operates independently so plans don't transfer across.  cheers  Paul

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  Reply # 641876 16-Jun-2012 18:08 Send private message

LivingSkinny:
sxz: Currently on Telecom, thinking of moving to Skinny - If I port my number can I still ring my parents for free using their telecom homeline to mobile bestmate thing?  Skinny is telecom afterall...

Anyone had this work?

Cheers


Hi no sorry Skinny operates independently so plans don't transfer across.  cheers  Paul


Of course, if you get your parents on Skinny as well then we have 60 minutes free Skinny to Skinny calling per week for a year when free Skinny to Skinny runs out at the end of June.  Then you can call them when they are out as well :-)

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