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Topic # 68401 21-Sep-2010 10:48
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hi,has any one porte their num to 2talk b4??i m currently with vf and thinking to change to naked plan but wanna keep my number as 2talk local num, can any advise the best way of

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  Reply # 382609 21-Sep-2010 10:57
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Set up a free 2talk account, and then send them an email asking them to port your number over.
I have successfully done it with a number from TCL.



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  Reply # 382615 21-Sep-2010 11:12
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thanks, my real question are:
1. Do i lose my dsl when i port my number to 2talk?
2. If i change to naked first n then do the porting, my number will be lost due to the change to naked, vodafone wont hold ur number if u r on naked.
3. I m not on llu, would this b more complicated ?

Overall, just want to know what is the best process to do this


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  Reply # 382848 21-Sep-2010 19:27
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shaopu: thanks, my real question are:
1. Do i lose my dsl when i port my number to 2talk?
2. If i change to naked first n then do the porting, my number will be lost due to the change to naked, vodafone wont hold ur number if u r on naked.
3. I m not on llu, would this b more complicated ?

Overall, just want to know what is the best process to do this


thanks


Your best bet is to contact 2talk and ask them what the best process is.


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