TextNow is a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) service that enables users to connect with family and friends, through calling and texting any number, across the United States and Canada for free. It provides customers with a real phone number to use on their desktop computers, tablets, and smartphones with an internet connection.
The service is available via the TextNow website as well as the TextNow app that can be used on multiple devices under the same login. You can also download the app via the Google PlayStore for Android devices and the App Store for iOS devices. Windows and Mac computers users can access it from the TextNow website.
TextNow uses free cutting-edge technology with support from unobtrusive ads. This helps it to deliver comprehensive free phone services over Wi-Fi, including call, text, voicemail, conference calling, group texting, and low-cost international calling to over230 countries.
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How do I transfer a number from TextNow?
Transferring an existing phone number from one carrier to another is commonly referred to asporting. You can do this via the TextNow website or app. You'll need to have the following information before successfully transferring your number from TextNow:
TextNow Account Number
Billing address for the number
Via the website:
Access the TextNow website (textnow.com)
From the homepage, click on the 'Log in' tab in the top-right menu bar
Enter your login details, that is, Email or Username and Password, and click on the 'LOGIN' tab
Successful login gives you access to your 'My Account' page.
Click on 'Number Porting'
Select 'Port out your number.'
You could also reach out to the TextNow live chat team through the chat box in the bottom left corner of theirwebsite.
Via the app
Tap on the app menu represented by three little horizontal lines in the top left corner
Tap on 'My Account'
Choose 'Number Porting'
Tap on 'Port out your number.'
You'll have access to the information outlined above that allows your new provider to complete the porting process.
You could contact the TextNow customer service team and request for assistance on how you can transfer a number from TextNow.
After thousands of TextNow customers came to GetHuman in search of an answer to this problem (and many others), we decided it was time to publish instructions. So we put together How Do I Transfer from Number from Textnow? to try to help. It takes time to get through these steps according to other users, including time spent working through each step and contacting TextNow if necessary. Best of luck and please let us know if you successfully resolve your issue with guidance from this page.
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