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Topic # 25547 25-Aug-2008 08:21
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I signed up to telecom last week, got my new phone, rang on friday to port my vodafone number through, the lady said to call back first thing monday morning. this i did. i think i got the guy about to finish his night shift and i swear he fell asleep at one stage in the conversation! fingers crossed he got all my details right.

i am taking my vodafone account  number and putting it on a telecom account, how long does this usually take? how long will i have both phones working, no phones working, and one telecom phone working using my 021 number?!

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  Reply # 159470 25-Aug-2008 08:28
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I've done this in store and it took less than 24 hours.

You could have done this in the store when you got your Telecom handset...






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  Reply # 159475 25-Aug-2008 09:05
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less than 24 hours sounds good! i know i could've done it in the store but the guy said it took 4 hours and since it was about 4pm i thought i'd do it the following morning... then i was busy so phoned on friday, that lady said it takes approx 48 hours so to do it first thing on monday morning at 7am. it'll be weird going from 2 phones suddenly to none!

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