EE pac code to another EE contract?

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Found 25th Sep 2016
Hi,
had a contract with directmobile on EE and now it's up so requested a pac code.
Now i am going 12 month sim only with mobilephonedirect also on EE.
Do i just give the pac to mobilephonedirect or what should i do as i will still be with EE?

Many thanks.

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you need to transfer to a network other than EE then port back into EE on your new sim.

Talk to EE and see what they say. As you will still be with EE. mobilesphonedirect is just a third party with whom you will take EE contract through and claim cashbacks only.

Usually you can only port the PAC code from one provider to a different provider (not the same provider). That why I would suggest you talk to EE and decide your next steps.
Edited by: "AstalaVista" 25th Sep 2016

was in same situation with talk mobile.
They told me to take a contract out while my other was still closing ad both accounts are with them they can just flip the numbers around.

as not ad sorry.
I'm rubbish at typing on a phone

Ee will not do it. See the first comment about transferring to another network and then back again

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I had the same issue,

I wanted to go from T-mobile to EE and couldn't do it internally. I followed their advice and had to get the PAC code, port to another network (I chose a free Sainsbury's sim) and then request the PAC code from them and port back to EE.

Was a bit of a pain but nothing major. Felt bad for sainsbury's though as they send a card out etc. and get nothing from the deal. I guess it all averages out somewhere though.

Matt12344

I had the same issue,I wanted to go from T-mobile to EE and couldn't do … I had the same issue,I wanted to go from T-mobile to EE and couldn't do it internally. I followed their advice and had to get the PAC code, port to another network (I chose a free Sainsbury's sim) and then request the PAC code from them and port back to EE.Was a bit of a pain but nothing major. Felt bad for sainsbury's though as they send a card out etc. and get nothing from the deal. I guess it all averages out somewhere though.


Some networks such as o2 will only give a PAC if you've topped up now due to this.
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