How Do I Transfer My Number to H20 Wireless?

Customers who switch to H20 Wireless but also want to keep their phone numbers have to have their numbers released or ported by their current wireless carriers. Customers can call H20 Wireless customer service and request to have their numbers ported from their current carriers. Customers need to provide information about their current carrier to start the porting process and have their number released to H20 Wireless. The porting process is often fast. Your number has to be released by your current provider for the porting process to be complete. You can check the status of your port by calling your current provider and asking if the process has been completed. Your current carrier may be able to provide information regarding when the porting process will be complete.

If you want to keep your number and transfer your wireless service to H20 Wireless, you can follow specific steps to port your number. H20 Wireless needs specific information to release your number from your current wireless provider and port it to H20.

Call H20 Wireless

Call H20 Wireless customer service and ask them to port your number to H20 wireless. H20 Wireless needs your account number and pin from your current carrier to begin the porting process.

Current Carrier Account Information

Make sure that you have all your account information from your current wireless carrier before you call H20 customer service. The customer service representative takes the information you give them and starts the porting process. Your number will be released by your current carrier, which indicates that the porting process is complete.

The Porting Process

The process of porting a number requires a few necessary steps. The time that it takes to port a number will vary depending on how quickly the current provider processes your port request. The porting process can take as long as ten days. However, the process is usually fairly fast.

The Law

Wireless companies are required by law to port your number when you change carriers. Your current provider must release your number and allow it to be ported, even if you have a balance or unpaid fees.

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