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Topic # 58386 10-Mar-2010 16:42
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hey does anyone know if i can still upgrade my prepay cmda phone number on to a xt sim and how much would it cost. As work wants me to upgrade to get a free r100 ph from them as no one wants that phone at work.



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  Reply # 306009 10-Mar-2010 16:46
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are you asking if it is possible to move to XT prepay from CDMA and keep the number you had on CDMA?

If so, the answer is yes.

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  Reply # 306016 10-Mar-2010 17:07

It is free to change from CDMA to XT. You will have to buy an XT phone however (the SIM card will be free). Go into a Telecom Shop and they will get it all set up with text/data plans etc.

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  Reply # 306017 10-Mar-2010 17:07
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I think it is free to upgrade from CDMA to XT and keep your same number. $29.95 if you need a new number and $19.95 if you're coming from another carrier.



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  Reply # 306020 10-Mar-2010 17:32
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thanks i go and tell work tomorrow and then once i have the xt phone i go to telecom store and do the swap.

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