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Started by chaiwan2000, June 16, 2011, 11:20:56 PM
Quote from: NJ_Greg on March 09, 2017, 05:30:40 AMThat's what I figured. Bummer. I assume I can port the numbers to callcentric. Get their $6/mo unlimited personal receive call plan, and use the GV numbers to dial out with? That would let me keep both numbers for $12/mo which is still much less than what I was paying for Vonage and Comcast. Seems to be the cheapest way to keep my numbers for incoming calls. Again, this is all with the OBi202.
Quote from: Almighty1 on September 18, 2017, 07:23:53 AMThe best and cheapest way to port from a landline or even mobile to Google Voice is to actually port to Google Project Fi first since basically you just need to order a phone too and pay for it first.After the phone arrives, you activate the Google Project Fi service and then port. When the porting is complete, you cancel the Project Fi service which is $0.67/day + tax and you basically return the phone for a refund which Google will provide prepaid return shipping label for. When you cancel Google Project Fi, you can keep the same number on Google Voice for free. If you port your phone number to Google Voice from anyone else, there is a $30 porting fee on the Google Voice side.