Do you know you can easily port out Dingtone phone number to your local carrier now?
Read on how many Dingtone users already take advantage of this feature
Ife Miller from Huston just picked 2 good phone numbers from Dingtone and port out to Verizon. Check out her story:
Q: Why do you choose to get a US phone number on Dingtone? Instead of picking one from the carrier?
The carrier will state they don’t have numbers in one prefix or another. From experience by use of Dingtone for quite some time now, I’ve learned Dingtone can generate prefixes of choice that many wireless carriers cannot.
So I found an alternative route to gaining the prefix of my choice and just porting that number into my wireless service provider.
Q: Which prefix did you get on Dingtone?
832 and a 281 which are becoming rare in Houston which is why they created a new prefix about a year or so ago.
Want to port out your phone number as Ife did? Check out the brief steps below:
#1 Should I cancel my Dingtone number while porting out the number?
NO! Please do not cancel Dingtone number until your new carrier has given you a confirmation that your number has successfully transferred.
It depends on the number you want to port out. Please make sure you have enough balance on Dingtone before you go to your new carrier to request port out. (as insufficient balance will lead to port-out failure. )
#3 When will the credits be charged?
Credits will only be charged after your number has been successfully port out.