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Topic # 84363 29-May-2011 14:32
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After some clarification on this - on the XT network if you change your number, can you keep your plan?
eg assuming the plan is no longer available, and that its prepaid, is it possible to keep the plan in any of these scenarios?
1. I have a number currently on the plan and i want to port over an existing number from another network
2. I have a number currently on the plan and i want to change it to an existing number on XT
3. I have a number currently on the plan and i want a newly generated 027 number


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  Reply # 475437 29-May-2011 15:08
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I'm guessing probably not.

but the new XT prepaid plan is better than the old one anyway, so why would you want to keep your old plan?

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  Reply # 475439 29-May-2011 15:14
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Typically not, what is the plan you want to keep?


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  Reply # 475446 29-May-2011 15:40
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Example of older plans:
Telecom Smartphone Double was a plan only available up until the end of feb i believe.
480mb data and 5000 texts for $28
1024mb data and 5000 texts for $38

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