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# 38835 5-Aug-2009 04:33
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At about 3 AM I logged into the Your 2Degrees portal and noticed that the porting form was operational. I completed the request to port my 021 number. at 4:30, I got a text saying it was done. Just called the number and it really does appear to be.

Nice job 2Degrees.




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  # 242799 5-Aug-2009 07:10
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Wow! Very impressive:) They don't sleep! So far it sounds like they have really put alot of effort in customer services.

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  # 242841 5-Aug-2009 09:09
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Hay quick question -
Do you have to have a 2degrees sim to port over the number?
I only assume this because when I go to reg for the 2degrees web site it asks for a cell number.

 
 
 
 


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  # 242853 5-Aug-2009 09:34
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pjshark: Hay quick question -
Do you have to have a 2degrees sim to port over the number?
I only assume this because when I go to reg for the 2degrees web site it asks for a cell number.



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  # 242882 5-Aug-2009 10:26
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You need to have a sim, sign up for the Your 2Degrees portal once it's back up, and initiate the port from in there. So you will have a temporary 022 number until the port is complete.




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  # 243023 5-Aug-2009 14:22
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jmosen: At about 3 AM I logged into the Your 2Degrees portal and noticed that the porting form was operational. I completed the request to port my 021 number. at 4:30, I got a text saying it was done. Just called the number and it really does appear to be.


Wow. That is very fast.

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  # 243029 5-Aug-2009 14:40
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Waiting for my sim to arrive...then Im porting over as well. Good to see it dosent take long :)




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  # 243034 5-Aug-2009 14:55
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It may take a bit longer once there's a queue, as it's a manual process.

But what really impressed me other than the speed of the process, was someone being there with the ability to do it at that hour of the night.




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  # 244386 9-Aug-2009 11:19
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Have people been able to call you once your number has been ported?

I can not call 027 numbers on the vodafone network from 2 degrees.

I don't want to port my 021 number until this is sorted just in case.

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  # 244497 9-Aug-2009 18:17
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Yes, no problems receiving calls although I don't often receive calls from XT, so can't testify to that one.




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