How about step D? Input to account info.? Thanks
Need below items in GTA:
- CT, HD, FS, BB, gas GCs
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Feb 18th, 2015 9:57 pm
Are you "Wind pay as you go" customer? It seems "Wind pay as you go" can't transfer out, right? Thanks
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Perhaps the phone number in question has merged to become a pay after line when originally being a pay before.
Mar 22nd, 2015 5:35 pm
I followed the steps mentioned above to transfer PYW credit to my PYW account and had the same response. Anyone tried recently and was successful?
Mar 22nd, 2015 6:52 pm
Apr 1st, 2015 2:38 pm
Could you please let me know this strategy how do I setup.imnovayu wrote: ↑Oct 16th, 2013 2:43 pmfor voicemail, I am actually using freephoneline with wind pay your way as well. But instead of forward the wind number to FPL, I am forwarding my FPL number to my wind number. The trick is to set the forwarding as 'Simutaniously'. With this option, it suppose to ring your FPL phone and forwarding phone at the same time. But since I have no FPL phone registered, only my wind phone will ring. If I didn't pick up the call, it will be forward to my FPL voicemail. With this setting I don't need to pay anything for VM. I only need to give the FPL number to my friends as my cell phone number. The the drawback is I cannot use this number to text.
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$0.05/mb isn't better than $5 for 50mb add on? Thanksjackieliu wrote: ↑Mar 22nd, 2015 6:52 pmJust called WIND the other day to confirm the new roaming rates for PYW customers.
They confirmed that customers on the 2011 plan (with free incoming) receive these rates, anywhere in Canada or the US.
$0.20/min, $0.15/text, $0.05/MB data
The only difference being in a Home Zone really makes its having the free incoming. Otherwise, all the features are Pay-Per-Use whether in-zone or roaming.
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