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Porting PAYG Numbers

brillangel Avatar
8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
I have two PAYG numbers that I want to port to O2 contract. Basically I have an orange and O2 PAYG sim and want to port that to an O2 contract that I have found on E2Save, is this possible? I know I can upgrade the O2 sim but will they let me change to pay monthly via E2Save.

Sorry, it sounds a bit confusing, I was just wondering whether anyone has done this before so I know where I stand before I ring up and ask them.

Thanks for the help!!
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8y, 5m agoPosted 8 years, 5 months ago
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#1
is porting basically having your calls forwarded to another number?
#2
pikachu12
is porting basically having your calls forwarded to another number?


ye
#3
pikachu12
is porting basically having your calls forwarded to another number?


erm I think its called porting, I want to change from orange PAYG to O2 pay monthly and O2 PAYG to O2 pay monthly. I think it is called porting when you want to do that and need a PAC code.
#4
you'll have to ring up the current provider, ask for the PAC code, and give this to the new network
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takes up to 7 days to happen
#6
sharpgx15
you'll have to ring up the current provider, ask for the PAC code, and give this to the new network


ok thanks does anyone know if it is possible to do so between O2 PAYG and O2 pay monthly?
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brillangel
ok thanks does anyone know if it is possible to do so between O2 PAYG and O2 pay monthly?


You should be able to move your number from payg to contract, and vice versa on the same network. I have done this several times on other networks.
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pavc
You should be able to move your number from payg to contract, and vice versa on the same network. I have done this several times on other networks.


oh ok thank you. I will ring and try O2!

Thanks guys for all the replies!! :thumbsup:

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