The Number Portability Tips for Consumers

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  3. Hi

    I’m having trouble with a phone carrier for a land phone and will probably have to switch to a different carrier. (Because I was charged for services that I didn’t request, I refuse to pay what they say I owe them.) Yesterday, one of their phone sales representatives told me that they don’t have to Port the phone number because they have already terminated service. Although the account is in my name, the service is actually for my 85 year old mother, and changing phone numbers is a major inconvenience for her. I don’t believe that they don’t have to port the number, but I haven’t been able to find helpful information on what the regulations are. For me, finding information on the internet isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

    Can you help me by sending me helpful info or links? Incredibly, the FCC site was a nightmare–if the information was there, I wasn’t able to find it.

    Sincerely,

    Ellen Guarco

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