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Switching to Tesix Wireless: A Guide to Porting in your Number

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

  • Account number

  • PIN

  • Service ZIP code


Different carriers have different requirements, and some require additional info. We’ve completed a list, with carrier-specific requirements.


 

AT&T

Boost

CenturyLink:

Consumer Cellular:

Credo Mobile

Cricket

C-Spire / Cellular South

Freedom Pop

Google Project Fi

H20

Hello Mobile

Lycamobile

Metro

Mint Mobile

Net10

Page Plus

PureTalk

QLink

Red Pocket

Republic Wireless

Simple Mobile

Spectrum / Charter

Spectrum Mobile

Straight Talk / Tracfone / Net 10 / Safelink Wireless / Total Wireless:

Tello

Ting

T-Mobile

Ultra Mobile

US Cellular

US Mobile

Verizon

Vonage

Family Mobile: Walmart

Wing Mobile

Xfinity / Comcast / Mobile


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