FairPoint Communications does not require a password by default (unless customer manually sets a password for account security). If there was a password set by customer, you will need to verify that the password matches before submitting port request. Because FairPoint Communications does not require a password, you can use, “0000” if the receiving carrier needs a PIN or password to port the number in.
Walmart Family Talk Wireless customer service said, “We will need the first name & last name as well as the customer email and mailing address registered. To port a number away from Family Talk Wireless, you will need the account number and also a contact phone number.” The rep declined to tell me if there was a Family Talk password or PIN number but a Family Talk Wireless customer could probably get this information pretty easy if you call their customer service number.
Cricket Wireless account numbers can be found online or by calling the Cricket Porting Department, (then option #2). The Cricket Wireless account passcode is the four digit Authorization ID (or “AID”) that you set up when you activated when setting up your online account and which you need to enter when making changes to your account online.
Porting a number away from EasyGo is the same as H2O. You need to call customer service and ask them to release your number for porting. Ask them to tell you your account # and PIN. EasyGo will ask you to provide the 3 most recent outgoing calls to verify that it’s actually your number.