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# 104952 23-Jun-2012 13:14
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I put through a number porting application Wed. apfternoon. my old 021 number was disconnected in the morning of next day, but it hasn't been transfered sucessfully so far. nobody i lost contact in the last 3 days.i rang 2D up  5 times, was told it's in process all the time. but nothing happened.  i gave up to ring these useless reps.
i'm not happy at all.
who's able to tell me what's going on here and how to get the issue sloved ASAP???

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  # 645116 23-Jun-2012 14:34
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What exactly is the issue? Can you make calls? Can you receive calls? If so, who can or cannot you receive calls from?




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  # 645143 23-Jun-2012 15:47
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I applied to port my 021 to 2d 3 days ago.it's still in process. The previous network provider cut the connection off next day,but the number was not transfered. I rang 2d 5 times,nobody was able to get the issue sorted.just asked me to wait.

 
 
 
 


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  # 645145 23-Jun-2012 15:49

Odd, usually takes an hour.

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  # 645152 23-Jun-2012 16:07
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redheart:
but the number was not transfered


Yes, I get that. But, I need to know exactly what doesn't work. You did ask who could sort it out. I might be able to. But only if you describe the issue fully.




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  # 645172 23-Jun-2012 16:58
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just curious
did you restart your phone after the porting?
Usually the porting only takes 2-3 hours....




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  # 645233 23-Jun-2012 20:35
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Have you put a 2degrees SIM into the phone?

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  # 645234 23-Jun-2012 20:37
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Ok, I think we should post the questions here in order:

- Have you restarted the phone with the 2degrees SIM?
- Once restardted does the phone shows as attached to a network or does it show a SIM error?
- If the phone shows a network connection, are you able to place calls?
- If the phone shows a network connection, are you able to receive calls?
- If you can place calls but not receive, have you tried from different networks (Telecom landline, Telecom mobile, Vodafone mobile, 2degrees mobile)? Which ones worked, which ones didn't?

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  # 645386 24-Jun-2012 13:11
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thanks guys
the actual issue is my 021 number was not transfered to my 2D sim card sucessfully. i rang 2D again yesterday, i was told there's a problem on skinny(previous network) side. then i dropped them a call, they accepted the transfer and released the number. i tried to ring 2D to tell them just 10 minutes ago, but olny music i could listen. i assumed lack of reps worked on Sunday. i have no idea what i can do about this at the moment.
it seems just half way of the process was done. i pushed 2D serval times,they have nice attitude but bad result.

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  # 645398 24-Jun-2012 14:10
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Sounds like the issue is not on the 2Degrees side and the routing of your calls and SMS / MMS are not leaving the Skinny (Telecom NZ) network

2Degrees hands are tied in this case

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  # 645405 24-Jun-2012 14:26

Ild like to know why you are moving away from skinny.

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  # 645406 24-Jun-2012 14:40
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redheart: thanks guys
the actual issue is my 021 number was not transfered to my 2D sim card sucessfully. i rang 2D again yesterday, i was told there's a problem on skinny(previous network) side. then i dropped them a call, they accepted the transfer and released the number. i tried to ring 2D to tell them just 10 minutes ago, but olny music i could listen. i assumed lack of reps worked on Sunday. i have no idea what i can do about this at the moment.
it seems just half way of the process was done. i pushed 2D serval times,they have nice attitude but bad result.


Right, PM me your number and I will try to get it sorted. I don't have a contact at Skinny but I will find someone who knows.




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  # 645443 24-Jun-2012 15:59
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i rang skinny again, they didn't have my number record in there system now.it means they've already done their part. ha..... where's my number?

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  # 645444 24-Jun-2012 16:01
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SaltyNZ is now on the case and I am sure it will be sorted tomorrow, He knows what he is going :)

Have you sent him the PM with your mobile number?



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  # 645446 24-Jun-2012 16:05
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i have PM him,thanks so much



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  # 645457 24-Jun-2012 16:15
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i am quite happy with stay with skinny,but i just bought a new phone which is not compatiable with telecom xt network. another little issue is skinny dosen't receive activation code via txt sent by my bank. sad to leave

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