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# 120890 17-Jun-2013 12:03
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Hi guys 

does anyone know who is the up streamer for World NeT?

http://www.worldnet.co.nz/

Thanks. 

I'm trying  to port my number away from them but cannot do so without knowing this information. No one is helping so far. 

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  # 838032 17-Jun-2013 12:08
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Its quite am ambiguous question however I can tell you you shouldn't need any further information beyond your worldnet information to port the number.




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  # 838033 17-Jun-2013 12:09
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Try Linktel

 
 
 
 




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  # 838036 17-Jun-2013 12:18
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Thanks guys,
my New provider: requires these info :


number to port
current provider
account number
account name with the current provider.

Thanks mrgsm021 i will try Linktel

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  # 838039 17-Jun-2013 12:23
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Either that or your new provider needs to submit the number port as a third party port requiring details validation with Telecom (assuming the Worldnet number you are trying to port over is not a VoIP number).

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  # 838066 17-Jun-2013 13:31
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astharan: Thanks guys,
my New provider: requires these info :


number to port
current provider
account number
account name with the current provider.

Thanks mrgsm021 i will try Linktel


Well the current provider is Worldnet, the number is your phone number and the account number will most likely be printed on your worldnet bill?




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  # 838068 17-Jun-2013 13:34
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Hi, as the current provider is small it appears that they do not host the actual services and they whole sell this of another company who then have a direct relation with Chorus, Telecom etc.

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  # 838076 17-Jun-2013 13:51
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Zeon:

Well the current provider is Worldnet, the number is your phone number and the account number will most likely be printed on your worldnet bill?
WorldNet are known as Link Telecom on Chorus provisioning systems.

 
 
 
 


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  # 838148 17-Jun-2013 15:29
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astharan: Hi guys 

does anyone know who is the up streamer for World NeT?

http://www.worldnet.co.nz/

Thanks. 

I'm trying  to port my number away from them but cannot do so without knowing this information. No one is helping so far. 




Sounds familiar.

Moving to World Net was the biggest mistake I have ever made with phone + internet.

Moving away from World Net was the biggest grief I have ever encountered when swapping providers.



I cant believe that company is still going.

God knows who is actually a customer of theirs.




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