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# 87055 18-Jul-2011 19:15
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Is it possible to port a prepaid mobile number back to Telecom over the phone through Telecom Customer Services or online? I have a Telecom sim card.  It would be coming from the 2 Degrees network back to Telecom who it was with until i ported it probably 2 months ago.  When i brought the new phone i was told they (who are a department store) could not do it and to take it to a Telecom dealership, however the Telecom dealership said they charge for the service, just wondered if it can be done over the phone?

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Master Geek

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  # 494970 18-Jul-2011 20:02
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All sorted thread can be closed :)

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  # 496355 21-Jul-2011 18:11
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How did you get it sorted?
Ill be doing the same thing shortly and wouldn't Inc not having to pay for another xt sim card.
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  # 496369 21-Jul-2011 19:01
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tritex:  take it to a Telecom dealership, however the Telecom dealership said they charge for the service, just wondered if it can be done over the phone?


Ring orther dealerships, as although some stores sharge for the service, I believe that they are not really supposed to.

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  # 496514 22-Jul-2011 08:11
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Guys this is on our Telecom website:

"The price of switching your number to Telecom is...

It's free to bring your current mobile phone number when you join the Telecom XT Mobile Network. We suggest you check with your current provider that there's no early termination fee if you're on a monthly plan."

http://www.telecom.co.nz/keepmynumber

If anyone is charging you to bring your number to Telecom. Please feel free to PM me details and I will investigate further.

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