- Can you transfer your number before your contract ends?
- When can I leave my phone contract?
- What happens when your EE contract ends?
- How long does it take for my PAC code to transfer?
- When you change SIM cards do you lose everything?
- How long does it take to transfer a number to a new phone?
- What happens if I dont use my PAC code?
- Can I get my PAC code before my contract ends?
- What happens when you change your phone number?
- Can I keep my mobile number if I stay with the same provider?
- Does using a PAC code cancel your contract?
- Do I need a PAC code if I staying with the same network?
Can you transfer your number before your contract ends?
You can transfer your number at anytime by asking for your PAC which you give to your new provider.
However, using the PAC will effectively end your contract and O2 will bill you for whatever time is remaining on the contract.
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When can I leave my phone contract?
If you’ve signed up for your contract online or on the phone, it’s subject to a cooling-off period under the Consumer Contracts Regulations . These regulations give you the right to cancel within 14 days without paying a penalty. The 14-day period starts running the day after you make the purchase.
What happens when your EE contract ends?
If you want to cancel your contract and switch providers at the end of your plan, you’ll need to request a PAC from us to give to your new provider. If you do nothing you’ll move on to a 30-day rolling plan and pay the same as you’re paying now. Alternatively, you can upgrade or move onto a SIM Only plan.
How long does it take for my PAC code to transfer?
A PAC code should be given to you immediately over the phone or within two hours by text. This timeframe is stipulated by the telecommunications regulator.
When you change SIM cards do you lose everything?
Please be assured that you won’t lose any data stored or apps installed on your device if you change your SIM card. The SIM card only contains your phone information and your contacts.
How long does it take to transfer a number to a new phone?
There are a few things that have to happen to move your number from one carrier to another (this is called a port), and the elapsed time may vary depending on how quickly your current provider processes the port. On average, ports take 7-10 days to complete; however, they can take up to 4 weeks in rare cases.
What happens if I dont use my PAC code?
Your PAC Code will expire 30 days after issue. If you don’t use your PAC Code within the 30-day window, nothing will happen and the account at your old mobile network will stay open as before.
Can I get my PAC code before my contract ends?
As soon as you ask for a PAC your contract is nullified you’ll have to pay any excess remaining on the contract. Sorry Liquid, but you can ask for your PAC at any time. Your contract isn’t ended until you actually use the PAC.
What happens when you change your phone number?
It’s possible that you may lose your voicemail and/or text messages when you change your number. … Note: If you have an Android™ device running Gingerbread (2.3) OS or earlier, changing your number will cause a factory reset, which sets your device back to the original settings when the phone was new.
Can I keep my mobile number if I stay with the same provider?
How You Keep Your Number. Keeping your phone number is easy. You contact your current operator and ask for a PAC (Port Authorisation Code). You then give the PAC to your new operator and they take care of everything.
Does using a PAC code cancel your contract?
If you want to end your contract but keep your number, we’ll give you a PAC code to give to your new network. The code will be valid for 30 days. If you use it to switch to a new network, your contract with us will be cancelled once the switching process has completed.
Do I need a PAC code if I staying with the same network?
I’m staying on the same network If you’re upgrading from Pay as you go to Pay monthly you’ll need to get a PAC (Porting Authorisation Code) from your network. … If you’re upgrading from one Pay as you go phone to another you don’t need a PAC – you just need to switch your SIM card from your old phone to your new one.