Your suggestion regarding mobile number portability


#1

Dear friends

I want to move my 0300 number to ufone service via mobile number portability. Please give your suggestion and / or coments and any problem I might face.

Thanks and Regards


#2

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Dear friends

I want to move my 0300 number to ufone service via mobile number portability. Please give your suggestion and / or coments and any problem I might face.

Thanks and Regards

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Don’t know about mobilink, but one of my friend has ported out of mobilink to ufone, he has been a very old mobilink user… but after porting in to ufone, he has ditched his ptcl line, as he don’t need anymore… so i think its safe, i am a ufone user myself. But wait for other opinions.


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Don’t know about mobilink, but one of my friend has ported out of mobilink to ufone, he has been a very old mobilink user… but after porting in to ufone, he has ditched his ptcl line, as he don’t need anymore… so i think its safe, i am a ufone user myself. But wait for other opinions.

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Thanks for reply

Does your friend get any problem due to change of service from mobilink to ufone and how long service was off in portability process.


#4

That i don't know but afaik, it takes 7 working days to port in or out... and once you do, you can't go back before 60 days. and i think there are 100rs charges for mnp.


#5

NO WAY..................buy a rs 100 new connection of ur choice's network but don't go for MNP .............it suxx AFAIK


#6

@all

there's this weird problem with some MNPed numbers that i've came to learn.

a few of my buddies have MNPed their numbers to different network. the problem is, sometime when i send an SMS, i get a delivery-failed (msg sent but not received on the other end) message.

I'd say, if the current number isn't much well-known in ur 4nds and family, then go for a new number of the company you wanna migrate to.


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@all

there’s this weird problem with some MNPed numbers that i’ve came to learn.

a few of my buddies have MNPed their numbers to different network. the problem is, sometime when i send an SMS, i get a delivery-failed (msg sent but not received on the other end) message.

I’d say, if the current number isn’t much well-known in ur 4nds and family, then go for a new number of the company you wanna migrate to.

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Thanks for sharing problem u know, now i am thinking not to apply mnp my current number.


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@all

there’s this weird problem with some MNPed numbers that i’ve came to learn.

a few of my buddies have MNPed their numbers to different network. the problem is, sometime when i send an SMS, i get a delivery-failed (msg sent but not received on the other end) message.

I’d say, if the current number isn’t much well-known in ur 4nds and family, then go for a new number of the company you wanna migrate to.

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Really ??? quite strange , i can not afford to have this problem because i use mobile 90% for sms.


#9

well, dont take my word for it, you should try some buddy's MNPed number and test yourself, may be the problem lies in my friends' numbers only. ... but personally i got ZONG number last nite and DIDNT MNP my current ufone number caz i had this fear of not getting SMSes at times, which i cant afford either, caz yeah, mobile usage for me = 80% time smsing


#10

I have a ported number... actually, my mum has it, but I use it now and then. I don't get any issues as such (except for the errors that Warid poses all the time).

I know another person who ported themselves from Mobilink to Ufone; they don't face any problems.

I don't know anyone else who's ported, so if you ask me, there's no issue.


#11

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I have a ported number… actually, my mum has it, but I use it now and then. I don’t get any issues as such (except for the errors that Warid poses all the time).

I know another person who ported themselves from Mobilink to Ufone; they don’t face any problems.

I don’t know anyone else who’s ported, so if you ask me, there’s no issue.

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Ok, so error might be as normal just like facing ufone members.


#12

i personnaly ported my mobilinks no to telenor two months ago they ported me in just one day! it was just a swift change in networks i was in a call the call and it was suddenly disconnected bcoz of no signals so i just put my Telenor sim and thats it. so far no problem at all. the only problem i face is that i dont recieve Easy Loads confirmation msg that i have recieve balanace.

other wise no problem at all. working flawlessly.


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i personnaly ported my mobilinks no to telenor two months ago they ported me in just one day! it was just a swift change in networks i was in a call the call and it was suddenly disconnected bcoz of no signals so i just put my Telenor sim and thats it. so far no problem at all. the only problem i face is that i dont recieve Easy Loads confirmation msg that i have recieve balanace.

other wise no problem at all. working flawlessly.

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easy load confirmation messages are not received some times if server is busy… this happens to my telelnor number too, (i have not ported it , it is 0345 number)


#14

i port telenor no to warid in my no no problems works fine


#15

i too have a Proper telenor no yes it does happens sometimes but for my ported no it is not about the busy server it always happens when i easyload the shop keeper recieves the msg but i dont i have complaint to them and they says that they are working on it.


#16

Does any one ported mobiling post paid number to ufone post paid number and face problem?


#17

i just ported my mobilink number 0300 to warid , and till now working fine no issues at all


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i just ported my mobilink number 0300 to warid , and till now working fine no issues at all
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Thanking you. I am interested to port my 0300 to ufone and some one told me that sms sending is problem


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