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Aaroona

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#37327 10-Jul-2009 20:48
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Currently, I have a 9 digit number 021 XXX XXX,

and im looking at moving off contract (going to have data with Telecom and TXT with Vodafone)

Is it possible to migrate to PrePay and still hold my same number?



Also, If I do move to Prepay, and then decide later on down the track that i want to move back to contract (assuming I could have kept the same 9 digit number) could I move over and again, keep the same number again?


Just like to be a little future proofed.

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  #233877 10-Jul-2009 20:52
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Yes and Yes

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  #233883 10-Jul-2009 21:11
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johnr: Yes and Yes



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Oh fantastic, thanks John

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  #233960 11-Jul-2009 08:17
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Just make sure you're given the right paperwork to fuill out or you end up in one hell of a mess...especially if the contract is under a company name rather than a personal name.




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  #233973 11-Jul-2009 09:29
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xpd: Just make sure you're given the right paperwork to fuill out or you end up in one hell of a mess...especially if the contract is under a company name rather than a personal name.


Oh okay, thanks for that.

Its under a personal name

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  #234234 11-Jul-2009 22:42
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I'll be switching from oa to prepay at the end of the month also.... then most liekly porting to 2D in August.

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simon14: I'll be switching from oa to prepay at the end of the month also.... then most liekly porting to 2D in August.


Oh cool.. I probably won't be going to 2D sadly.. from what I hear they aren't going to focus on data much, so that kinda screws me.

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  #234312 12-Jul-2009 12:31
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Aaroona:
simon14: I'll be switching from oa to prepay at the end of the month also.... then most liekly porting to 2D in August.


Oh cool.. I probably won't be going to 2D sadly.. from what I hear they aren't going to focus on data much, so that kinda screws me.


I'm guessing it would be too costly for them to offer cheap data packges for when customers are roaming on Vodafones network out of the main centers.... they likely only got good rates on calls/txts from Vodafone.

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