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Topic # 125705 16-Jul-2013 19:24
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Hi All,

Currently looking to port my number to 2talk from Orcon.
Still on contract, but has anyone done this while still on contract?
I'm assuming that the Orcon Genius is a bundle, so they may not allow me to port until my contract has finished?

Regards,
John

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  Reply # 857631 16-Jul-2013 19:27
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Being on a contract is not a reason to reject a number port. One would assume however that Orcon would probably take a port out as a cessation of service and you'll be liable for any ETC that may apply.




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  Reply # 857634 16-Jul-2013 19:41
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Thanks, well I'll await for Orcons answer. I'm just keen to port to 2talk prior to cancelling service as I'm keen to move to a naked VDSL provider.

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  Reply # 858443 18-Jul-2013 09:41
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We won't stop a number from being ported because you're under contract, but as mentioned above you'll need to pay for the early termination fee. Give the chaps a call on 0800 13 14 15 and they can run you through it.

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