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# 180865 24-Sep-2015 12:09
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I want to port my snap/2degrees number over to 2talk.
I already have an account with 2talk, and I want to keep my existing 2talk number and add a second line with the ported number.
I can't tell from the 2talk web system the right way to do this so that I add another line and not port the snap number over the top of my existing 2talk one.
Should I add a second regional line first, then select port?

Or will selecting "port a number" add another line automatically?


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  # 1393416 24-Sep-2015 12:13
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Porting will create another one automatically (one has to remember to remove the old one if it was temporary, otherwise it sits there billing each month).

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  # 1393502 24-Sep-2015 13:13
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Thanks for that Speed


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  # 1439287 2-Dec-2015 14:29
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In the same boat, follow up questions from this,
Is the new number (that is generated from the port from snap) a $6+GST / month one or does it generate a $10+GST / month one?

Also - with concurrent calls, if you have a 2talk free line with 1 concurrent call, and, then get the $6 / month one that adds 1 concurrent call, can you make two concurrent calls from your ported line set up as one number on a 2 port ATA?

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  # 1439333 2-Dec-2015 16:06
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The new ported number is in the same boat (ie account) as the others. If you have signed up for the 2talk 10 plan you get 1 included local number.
So if you already had a local number you would have 2 after the port and then you will be charged $6 extra per month.
But if you had not set up a local number, then you will only have 1, which will be included in the plan.

I didn't keep any free numbers on my account, but maybe you would be allowed to make 20mins per month of free concurrent calls?

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