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Topic # 228608 14-Jan-2018 09:44
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I have moved my phone from 2D to Orcon using Orcon's 'bring your number' function.  There is naturally a delay for this to happen, so I am still using the 2D SIM to ensure calls get through.

 

The question I have is how do I know the port is effective to my Orcon SIM?


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  Reply # 1938475 14-Jan-2018 09:48
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Your 2d sim will stop working when port is complete.



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  Reply # 1938482 14-Jan-2018 10:08
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Ahh - as I hoped.  Many thanks.


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  Reply # 1938485 14-Jan-2018 10:24
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Yep simple as dead 2D SIM as your number is no longer active on that network

 

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