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hi I want to port my phone number from I'd mobile back to idmobile. (more data on new contract that couldn't get via upgrade) can I do this for free via payg, or do I need to top up to activate … Read More
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6m, 2d agoPosted 6 months, 2 days ago
hi

I want to port my phone number from I'd mobile back to idmobile. (more data on new contract that couldn't get via upgrade)

can I do this for free via payg, or do I need to top up to activate all Sims?

I already have a freedom pop sim, but they want 4.95 to port in number... and I'm a tight **** lol

thanks
WahWahWhammyBar Avatar
6m, 2d agoPosted 6 months, 2 days ago
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#1
I transfered from a 3 contract to a 3 payg then back to a 3 contract this was the only way of transfering from one contract to another within the same network and without paying a penny , my number was only with the payg sim for less than 24 hours, have you spoke to id im sure it would be a similar set up


Edited By: ding on Nov 21, 2016 14:34: .
#2
well u probably need port it over to a differnet network most do it free then port it over from there freedom pop seems to be a fake network as in its kinda of in the internet thing so just order a sim off ee ring there free 0800 number to transfer your I'd mobile after its transferred transfer it back to id mobile
#3
Not all network providers allow internal transfer, just call and ask. If they no then justo order 3 PAYG SIM and transfer number there then back to new ID sim. (Easiest as no top up is required)
#4
I've done it in the past with talktalk and ported over to 3 and then back to talktalk without paying a penny. although I'm sure even talktalk allow you to port your number from one contract to another internally now.

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