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kovy7

join:2009-03-26
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reply to morisato

Re: Bell won't let TSI port my number?

said by morisato:

Shouldn't matter The numbers belong to us the customers not to The Incumbents or phone providers.. we should be allowed to port em how and where we want to.

I don't think the numbers belong to the customer...

Anyway, the problem is between Teksavvy and Bell... nothing else here.


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said by kovy7:

said by morisato:

Shouldn't matter The numbers belong to us the customers not to The Incumbents or phone providers.. we should be allowed to port em how and where we want to.

I don't think the numbers belong to the customer...

Anyway, the problem is between Teksavvy and Bell... nothing else here.

As of a few years back, they technically do and that is why it is much easier (minus this example) to port numbers between carriers than it was even 5-6 years ago.
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kovy7

join:2009-03-26
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said by d4m1r:

said by kovy7:

said by morisato:

Shouldn't matter The numbers belong to us the customers not to The Incumbents or phone providers.. we should be allowed to port em how and where we want to.

I don't think the numbers belong to the customer...

Anyway, the problem is between Teksavvy and Bell... nothing else here.

As of a few years back, they technically do and that is why it is much easier (minus this example) to port numbers between carriers than it was even 5-6 years ago.

Not technically... more like practically... since you don't really own that number, it just fells that way.