yet. If you don't have an account you can
Spark New Zealand (including Skinny and BigPipe)
Transfered Telecom No. to 2Degeees, What can I do with Old phone
I transfered my old telecom phone number to my new 2degess phone.
I would like to give my old telecom phone to a young relative.
Can I get a new number for this phone.. If I can.. how do I go about doing this..
As always thank you...
If you wan't prepaid, just ring 0800 32 32 32 or visit a store / dealer.
Best to let the end user do this so they can choose their own number or transfer an existing service. If you choose a number and the end user doesn't want that number the process will be delayed.
Its a Pre-paid phone
Yep, so the end user can just call 0800 32 32 32 to connect to Prepaid, or visit a store.
Should be simple.
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