Activations will be back in 3 weeks! Here's a guide to porting in your phone number.
Number porting involves the process of transferring your phone number from one service provider to another.
To illustrate, if your current provider is T-Mobile, but you decide to switch to Tesix Wireless Network, and would like to keep your number, you'll need to port or transfer your active number from T-Mobile.
This will allow you to move services and keep your same phone number. The option to obtain a NEW number will also be available.
The duration of the porting process varies based on several factors, typically ranging from 5 minutes to 5 hours. It is important to understand that your services will need to be active in order to port. Disconnected lines and phone numbers can not be ported in.
What's needed to Port:
When you’re ready to port, you’ll need to collect some info from your old carrier.
The phone number you want to keep
Service ZIP code
Different carriers have different requirements, and some require additional info. We’ve completed a list, with carrier-specific requirements.
C-Spire / Cellular South
Google Project Fi
Spectrum / Charter
Straight Talk / Tracfone / Net 10 / Safelink Wireless / Total Wireless:
Family Mobile: Walmart
Xfinity / Comcast / Mobile