I was not aware that there is such a thing as releasing the number 30 days later. I thought a successful port clears the deck and you can port right back in the next minute. I do know this much, Koodo prepaid and Public Mobile share back end systems. So, perhaps porting to Koodo prepaid is akin to porting to Public Mobile. I am going to need to do a port out/port in soon. I want to use Public Mobile as the temporary account. I will find out if there is any delay. If there is this 30 day hold, what actually happens? They will block the port in for 30 days because they think the number never left the building?wearysky wrote: ↑Aug 31st, 2018 10:34 amPort time isn't the issue when doing a port-out/port-right-back-in... The issue is that when you port out from Koodo to a carrier other than Koodo (Virgin or Bell, for example, since they have such cheap sims on ebay and you can port out to their prepaid without having to top up), and then try to port back in to a different Koodo account, you can't do it right away because Koodo hasn't released your number from their system yet (I think it takes them 30 days) - but if you port from Koodo postpaid to Koodo prepaid, they release the number from their postpaid system immediately. The question here is if they also do that if you port to PM, and I don't know of anybody that's done that.
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