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# 82769 5-May-2011 12:51
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Apologies if this is a stupid question or has been discussed before, but I was just after a quick answer.
Can I transfer credit from my prepay Telecom mobile to someone elses telecom prepay?
And if yes how is it done?


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  # 465700 5-May-2011 13:04
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No you cant transfer prepay credit.

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  # 465897 5-May-2011 18:54
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you can do that on 2degrees :P





 
 
 
 




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  # 466032 6-May-2011 08:22
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Do you know if you can transfer the telecom credit onto a new 2degrees phone?

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  # 466040 6-May-2011 09:01
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Nikoftime: Do you know if you can transfer the telecom credit onto a new 2degrees phone?


No you can't do that either mate

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  # 466049 6-May-2011 09:25

Nikoftime: Do you know if you can transfer the telecom credit onto a new 2degrees phone?


LOL... Like telecom will just give their money over. will your power company do this too? 



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  # 466052 6-May-2011 09:28
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If you change your gas provider then the gas bottles are returned and you get a credit for the gas that was unused (left in in the bottle)!! Why should the telecomunication business be any different?

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  # 466206 6-May-2011 14:03
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Completely different systems and companies.

 
 
 
 


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  # 466216 6-May-2011 14:23
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Have you tried calling 0800 800 163 and see if they can do it for you?

I think if you're disconnecting your pre-paid account you can transfer the remaining balance to another pre/post paid account.

Worth a call and see what they can do.




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