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#154623 2-Nov-2014 22:37
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Is it possible to port an 022 number tied to a Skinny sim back to 2degrees?

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  #1167199 2-Nov-2014 22:54
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Yupp and then back to skinny again if you so choose. Only issue would be with some text services (2-factor authentication from banks/facebook etc) which seems to have trouble after a number is ported but usually resolves itself eventually. 




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  #1167214 2-Nov-2014 23:15
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Great, thanks for that.

 
 
 
 


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  #1167595 3-Nov-2014 13:25
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No problem, you just need a new or active 2degrees SIM to bring your number across be it 021, 022, 025, 027 or whatever. Here's more info - Bring your number 

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  #1167890 3-Nov-2014 18:49
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2DegreesCare: No problem, you just need a new or active 2degrees SIM to bring your number across be it 021, 022, 025, 027 or whatever. Here's more info - Bring your number 

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Ooh, I want an 025 number. Which carrier can I get one from?




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  #1167913 3-Nov-2014 19:02
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coffeebaron:
Ooh, I want an 025 number. Which carrier can I get one from?


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