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Topic # 86910 15-Jul-2011 13:48
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I know this is possible, is it similar process to PSTN i.e. Select transfer number via the 2talk web portal and they'll notify italk?

Had a browse through the italk website but was unable to find anything regarding notification, I do know that there is no contract etc.




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  Reply # 493723 15-Jul-2011 13:52
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Why would you want to shift from Italk to 2talk anyway? And yes it should work like a normal PSTN port




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  Reply # 493729 15-Jul-2011 14:03
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Thanks, at this point features and price :-)


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  Reply # 500238 1-Aug-2011 11:04
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Its a PSTN phone number so yes its same procedure, the new provider will request italk to transfer it. Both are hosted in the same data centre so performance through your ISP should be similar.




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  Reply # 503269 8-Aug-2011 12:17
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Sorry didn't see you reply, thats great. Will go ahead and switch :-)

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