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Topic # 65252 31-Jul-2010 23:42
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Is it possible to get my number transferred onto a different networks phone ?

I can swap sim cards just fine, its just the number thing.

My phones on the telecom xt network, but we have a spare Vodafone phone, on the telstraclear network, is their a way of changing numbers around ?

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  Reply # 360882 1-Aug-2010 00:02
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It's called number porting. You go to the provider you want and tell them you want to port your number over. When done you'll have the same number as before but on whatever new network you are going to.

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  Reply # 360929 1-Aug-2010 09:06
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Before you do anything I suggest you read the large number of posts here on Geekzone and understand the frequency differences between the networks. A XT phone will not deliver optimal performance on the Vodafone network.

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