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Porting out requires contacting new provider to initiate a port request. Truphone will need to verify the SSN but no PIN on their accounts.
Porting in is possible, but it may take up to 10 business days. Porting out requires the customer to call Customer Service and ask for their Account Number and Password. There may be an issue porting in or out of Vonage due to “geographical limitations.” The rep we spoke to would not elaborate further.
Call Customer Service and request transfer to the Porting department (no direct line given). Press 1 for English. Account number, PIN, and address must be confirmed with a customer service rep. (NOTE: It takes about 2 weeks for Porting with Lifeline accts.)
Porting is not typical with IoT/M2M accounts, but you can call customer service to request a port if you need to keep a specific number.
Customer’s account number is their phone number and the passcode is the last 4 of the phone number.
Voyager Mobile went out of business in 2015. All numbers have been ported out already.
Numbers are portable in and out of Telava. See Notes.
Porting requires your account number and telephone number, as well as a correct matching address. You must call Customer Service for the account number (after verifying that you’re the account owner).
Porting requires you to fulfill any Early Termination Fee. For ACLJ Wireless there is no PIN/password, but you will need to submit the correct Account Number, which can be found on a customer’s bill.