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Do I have to change phone number if moving to a different state?

I have the "free" option on my Samsung Victory

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  • djinksdjinks Posts: 1,270FreedomPop Newbie, FreedomPop Expert ✭✭✭✭
    edited April 2015 #3
  • Ray ScaliseRay Scalise Posts: 2FreedomPop Newbie
    If moving to different, do I have to get a new number?
  • djinksdjinks Posts: 1,270FreedomPop Newbie, FreedomPop Expert ✭✭✭✭
    @Ray Scalise
    No, you can keep it.
  • Richard AllenRichard Allen Posts: 644FreedomPop Newbie, FreedomPop Expert, Porting Master ✭✭✭✭
    @Ray Scalise No. The only time you are required to get a new number when you move is if you have a land line provider for your number. With cell phones the decision to change you number is 100% yours. I get calls from people all the time that live in my city but the number on their cell phone is from another state.

    The only time having an out of state number in your new location is a problem is if a local land line number tries to call you they will be charged for a long distance call.
  • limeylimey Posts: 674FreedomPop Newbie ✭✭✭

    The only time having an out of state number in your new location is a problem is if a local land line number tries to call you they will be charged for a long distance call.

    @Ray Scalise Even then, you could get a Google Voice number that's local to your new location & use it to forward calls to your current FP number. This comes in really useful when you expect to receive calls from folks in both your old & new locations - each group can call a number that's local to them & get through to you.

  • Svetlana FarberSvetlana Farber Posts: 4FreedomPop Newbie
    How I can port my number to ring.to (free)?
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