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  1. #1
    rmg
    Guest
    Hi,

    I want to port my voda contract number to 02,

    Thing is, I cant do it yet but my voda contract is up.

    So, question, can i convert my voda contract to payg and then port out
    at a later date?

    Can you port payg numbers to contracts is the question I guess.

    thanks.

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  2. #2
    {{{{{Welcome}}}}}
    Guest

    Re: Voda - Switch to PAYG then port

    Thus spaketh rmg:
    > Hi,
    >
    > I want to port my voda contract number to 02,
    >
    > Thing is, I cant do it yet but my voda contract is up.
    >
    > So, question, can i convert my voda contract to payg and then port out
    > at a later date?
    >
    > Can you port payg numbers to contracts is the question I guess.
    >
    > thanks.



    You could port to Virgin PAYG and then port into O2 contract.


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  3. #3

    Re: Voda - Switch to PAYG then port


    {{{{{Welcome}}}}} wrote:

    > Thus spaketh rmg:
    > > Hi,
    > >
    > > I want to port my voda contract number to 02,
    > >
    > > Thing is, I cant do it yet but my voda contract is up.
    > >
    > > So, question, can i convert my voda contract to payg and then port out
    > > at a later date?
    > >
    > > Can you port payg numbers to contracts is the question I guess.
    > >
    > > thanks.

    >
    >
    > You could port to Virgin PAYG and then port into O2 contract.


    You can port (contract or PAYG) into existing Orange or T-Mobile
    contracts.

    However, AFAIK you can only port (contract or PAYG) into Voda or o2
    contracts at the same time as you take out a new contract with them.

    Regards

    Simon Clark
    Business Telecoms




  4. #4
    DeeBee
    Guest

    Re: Voda - Switch to PAYG then port


    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > {{{{{Welcome}}}}} wrote:
    >
    >> Thus spaketh rmg:
    >> > Hi,
    >> >
    >> > I want to port my voda contract number to 02,
    >> >
    >> > Thing is, I cant do it yet but my voda contract is up.
    >> >
    >> > So, question, can i convert my voda contract to payg and then port out
    >> > at a later date?
    >> >
    >> > Can you port payg numbers to contracts is the question I guess.
    >> >
    >> > thanks.

    >>
    >>
    >> You could port to Virgin PAYG and then port into O2 contract.

    >
    > You can port (contract or PAYG) into existing Orange or T-Mobile
    > contracts.
    >
    > However, AFAIK you can only port (contract or PAYG) into Voda or o2
    > contracts at the same time as you take out a new contract with them.
    >
    > Regards
    >
    > Simon Clark
    > Business Telecoms
    >


    I think that is still the case with Voda, but certainly O2 allow you to port
    up to 1 month after you take out the contract. I did this in Jan this year
    from an Orange contract.

    Also you can convert a Voda contract to Voda PAYG, but they may want to send
    you a new SIM card.

    My method in Jan was thus

    Orange contract expired on 4th Jan so got Orange to convert to PAYG on 5th
    Jan then a few days later applied for my PAC and PACed into O2, which I took
    out on 4th of Jan with temp number

    hth

    DeeBee





  5. #5
    elyob
    Guest

    Re: Voda - Switch to PAYG then port


    "DeeBee" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >>
    >> {{{{{Welcome}}}}} wrote:
    >>
    >>> Thus spaketh rmg:
    >>> > Hi,
    >>> >
    >>> > I want to port my voda contract number to 02,
    >>> >
    >>> > Thing is, I cant do it yet but my voda contract is up.
    >>> >
    >>> > So, question, can i convert my voda contract to payg and then port out
    >>> > at a later date?
    >>> >
    >>> > Can you port payg numbers to contracts is the question I guess.
    >>> >
    >>> > thanks.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> You could port to Virgin PAYG and then port into O2 contract.

    >>
    >> You can port (contract or PAYG) into existing Orange or T-Mobile
    >> contracts.
    >>
    >> However, AFAIK you can only port (contract or PAYG) into Voda or o2
    >> contracts at the same time as you take out a new contract with them.
    >>
    >> Regards
    >>
    >> Simon Clark
    >> Business Telecoms
    >>

    >
    > I think that is still the case with Voda, but certainly O2 allow you to
    > port up to 1 month after you take out the contract. I did this in Jan this
    > year from an Orange contract.
    >
    > Also you can convert a Voda contract to Voda PAYG, but they may want to
    > send you a new SIM card.
    >
    > My method in Jan was thus
    >
    > Orange contract expired on 4th Jan so got Orange to convert to PAYG on 5th
    > Jan then a few days later applied for my PAC and PACed into O2, which I
    > took out on 4th of Jan with temp number
    >


    So, if I wanted to change my phone before end of contract, can I port my
    number on current contract away from voda and then convert my existing voda
    to PAYG, thereby effectively losing my vodafone contract and gaining a new
    contract elsewhere?






  6. #6
    Kev
    Guest

    Re: Voda - Switch to PAYG then port


    rmg wrote:
    > Hi,
    >
    > I want to port my voda contract number to 02,
    >
    > Thing is, I cant do it yet but my voda contract is up.
    >
    > So, question, can i convert my voda contract to payg and then port out
    > at a later date?
    >
    > Can you port payg numbers to contracts is the question I guess.
    >
    > thanks.
    >
    > --
    > rmg.



    Hi rmg,

    I work for Vodafone and can offer you some informal advice.

    It's possible to port your contract number over to Pay As You Talk
    (PAYT) with Vodafone. This is a 30 day process. I've enclosed the
    information below if you need the exact details (the request needs to
    be made by letter or fax).

    You'd need to send 30 days written notice, requesting to transfer to
    PAYT and you should include the following information:

    1- Your billing address in full.
    2- Your date of birth.
    3- Your landline contact number.
    4- Your payment method.
    5- Your account and mobile number.
    6- Your signature.

    Please send your request either by fax to 08701616500 or by post to the
    following address:

    Vodafone Ltd
    PO Box 549
    Banbury,
    OX17 3ZJ.

    One thing you should be aware of is, if you're still in contract,
    when your number transfers on to PAYT, you'd be charged for line
    rental from the date of the transfer up until the end of your
    agreement. This is known as your early termination charge.

    I hope this information is useful to you.




  7. #7
    rmg
    Guest

    Re: Voda - Switch to PAYG then port

    Kev wrote:
    > Hi rmg,
    >
    > I work for Vodafone and can offer you some informal advice.
    >
    > It's possible to port your contract number over to Pay As You Talk
    > (PAYT) with Vodafone. This is a 30 day process. I've enclosed the
    > information below if you need the exact details (the request needs to
    > be made by letter or fax).
    >
    > You'd need to send 30 days written notice, requesting to transfer to
    > PAYT and you should include the following information:
    >
    > 1- Your billing address in full.
    > 2- Your date of birth.
    > 3- Your landline contact number.
    > 4- Your payment method.
    > 5- Your account and mobile number.
    > 6- Your signature.
    >
    > Please send your request either by fax to 08701616500 or by post to the
    > following address:
    >
    > Vodafone Ltd
    > PO Box 549
    > Banbury,
    > OX17 3ZJ.
    >
    > One thing you should be aware of is, if you're still in contract,
    > when your number transfers on to PAYT, you'd be charged for line
    > rental from the date of the transfer up until the end of your
    > agreement. This is known as your early termination charge.
    >
    > I hope this information is useful to you.


    Thats really useful, thanks mate.

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    rmg.




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