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#64263 12-Jul-2010 12:02
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Hi, if I were to get Simply Prepay can I carry my old number over?  On the voda site at purchase it does not say that, it just give me the option of selecting a new no.


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  #350197 12-Jul-2010 12:05
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rayonline: Hi, if I were to get Simply Prepay can I carry my old number over?? On the voda site at purchase it does not say that, it just give me the option of selecting a new no.


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Simply prepay is just a prepay plan if you change to it you keep the same number




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  #350198 12-Jul-2010 12:07
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Yeah dad may change from 2D to Voda Prepay. Can that be done and keep the same no. ?

 
 
 
 


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  #350200 12-Jul-2010 12:11
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yep and yep :)




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  #350208 12-Jul-2010 12:22
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rayonline: Yeah dad may change from 2D to Voda Prepay. Can that be done and keep the same no. ?


For sure

Purchase a prepay connection pack and then port in the number to Vodafone

This will replace the number that is purchased on the connection pack

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  #350211 12-Jul-2010 12:24
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Here is a link to the INFO on the Vodafone NZ site

http://www.vodafone.co.nz/porting/switch-to-prepay.jsp?q=port

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