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  Reply # 1048444 19-May-2014 22:11
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my email says web request received, will respond in 48 hrs. love, skinny.

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  Reply # 1048463 19-May-2014 22:50
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joker97: my email says web request received, will respond in 48 hrs. love, skinny.

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Yeah, What that form actually does is sends them an email to the tech's saying number port request with all the details, bit silly really but its normal :)



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  Reply # 1050253 21-May-2014 09:14
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port request 1030pm.
ported successfully around midday next day.

impressive stuff!
i didn't have to do anything to get the stuff i wanted, they were all set up by clicking the tick box when registering/porting/everything!

now can you tell me why it is not 6c to mobiles in Oz, because - no one uses landlines in australia!

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joker97: port request 1030pm.
ported successfully around midday next day.

impressive stuff!
i didn't have to do anything to get the stuff i wanted, they were all set up by clicking the tick box when registering/porting/everything!

now can you tell me why it is not 6c to mobiles in Oz, because - no one uses landlines in australia!


"Included Rollover minutes are for voice calls in NZ to any NZ or Australian mobile network and standard landline. "



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  Reply # 1051129 22-May-2014 15:12
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just got an email apologising for delay in porting number but it' already ported! ... hmm ...

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