To port your number from Teltik, you must contact their general customer support number or use their chat to have them “prepare” your number to be ported. After they have prepared your account, they will provide you your Account Number and PIN number to submit the port request with your new carrier. You can also contact them by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
To get your information to port, you need to call the Tempo Telecom Porting Department number. They will provide you your account number and PIN. You will also need to verify the address they have one file, to confirm it matches what you are submitting to the carrier you are porting to. They offer online accounts, but your information will not be listed.
To take your service from TextNow to another company, you will need to navigate to the ‘My Wireless Account’ page on the TextNow website. From that page, click on the area that says, “Number Porting.” For the information you will need to port your number from TextNow, click “Port out your number.” This will then allow you to access your account number and PIN your next carrier will require to complete the porting process. Another way to obtain your account information is by using the chat box TextNow has on their website. They will validate you are the holder of the account and then provide the account information.
Thumb Cellular only requires your account number and PIN to port out. They do not offer any online accounts, so you will have to contact Thumb Cellular customer service number or visit a local care center in Michigan to get your account number and PIN.
To get your account number and PIN, log into your Ting account online. Click Account Settings, scroll to the bottom of the page and click Port Out Information to view your account number and PIN (passcode).
Account # is the phone’s MEID. There is no passcode for Total Wireless. Use: 0000 if the operator you are porting to requires a passcode.
T-Mobile Postpaid uses a 9-digit account number (NOT phone #) on your bill. Password can be an actual word. Call to verify.
Your 11 digit phone number (1-***-***-****) is the account number for T-Mobile Prepaid. The passcode is your 4-digit PIN number (the same PIN used when calling customer service). If you don’t have a PIN you can set one up by calling 611 from your T-Mobile phone and saying “no” when it asks you if you want to refill and then choosing “Manage my account” followed by “change my account PIN”. If you forgot your PIN number or need other help call the porting department.
Customer gets a paper statement that will have billing address as their system has it written, along with the account number (which is the phone number). Account PIN is not listed on the billing statement, but will be a four digit number. If an existing customer needs to call for support, the 10-digit phone number and four digit PIN number is required by the automated system.