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  Reply # 692310 27-Sep-2012 15:15
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mattbush: Can NOT port from Skinny I have been told.


Was that someone from Telecom or someone from Skinny who told you this? Or somewhere else?

All telco's should allow the ability to inport and outport.

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  Reply # 692412 27-Sep-2012 18:59
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Was at telecom today...they tried for over an hour and then made a few calls and the answer was no go.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 692443 27-Sep-2012 19:48
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Porting from Skinny to Telecom was working four weeks ago, took alot of effort on Telecoms part but we sorted it in the end.

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  Reply # 693247 29-Sep-2012 06:37
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mattbush: Was at telecom today...they tried for over an hour and then made a few calls and the answer was no go.


Porting from Skinny works.. I know as I have been through it and work with the Skinny folks on it.

All Losing Carriers have to honour the out-port request once they have validated the subscriber is who they say they are (either via account number or the IMSI on the sim).

Whoever said it couldn't be done was wrong.  If they have further issues feel free to email me pl at telecom dot co dot nz and I will sort it out.

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  Reply # 693266 29-Sep-2012 08:02
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It has finally been done...believe it or not after an hour in a telecom shop and two calls *123 a Philippino operator did it all with ease :)

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