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Topic # 201538 23-Aug-2016 11:50
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I currently have a world exchange VOIP phone number and have had this for years. I hardly use this number now, is only on when I'm at my desktop computer and most of the inbound calls are spam / marketing types.

 

My question is. Can I park this number up for later use? Can I port the number to a free service?

 

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  Reply # 1616254 23-Aug-2016 11:52
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I don't know of any free voice service in NZ which allows you to port in a fixed line number.

 

Why would you want to park a number anyway?  Just get a new one if you ever decide to take up fixed line in the future - however passingly unlikely that is ;)


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  Reply # 1616273 23-Aug-2016 12:53
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2talk would be $7 month to host the line; but no free option I'm aware of.




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