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Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Re: Wrong phone number transferred from Telus at Walmart


@jeremiah10 wrote:

Hey Chrich66
First off, make sure your Telus cellular line is active and is making out going calls/in coming calls. Next log into My account on self serve on public mobile, and request a number change. Provide the phone number, account number and pin number. If that doesnt go through, you can contact the Moderater team and provide them the information through a private message. Do not post your personal info online.
Hope this helps, enjoy your day.


Agree, this is something you can do yourself in the self-service.  That will be faster than waiting for the moderators, although if you have issues they should be able to help too.  

Oracle

Re: Wrong phone number transferred from Telus at Walmart


@kav2001c wrote:

You can't transfer a number "out of service" for 6 months (landline or cell)

Not possible

 

 


The "correct" test of a port-in is the ability to receive incoming calls. PM has a history of allocating the requested number for outgoing calls immediately. Suspect the number in question is not in use.


>>> ALERT: I AM NOT A MODERATOR. JE NE SUIS PAS MODERATEUR.
Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Re: Wrong phone number transferred from Telus at Walmart

Say, with such, can’t people exploit it if they need a specific number as their caller ID?

Mayor / Maire

Re: Wrong phone number transferred from Telus at Walmart

@SomeFriend 

Spoofing caller ID is incredibly easy

Better off to block it though (in case other person calls back)

 


@SomeFriend wrote:

Say, with such, can’t people exploit it if they need a specific number as their caller ID?