Tuesday, 23 April 2013

GSM Number Portability in Nigeria: All You Need To Know

At the official flag-off of mobile number portability (MNP) scheme in Lagos on Monday, Globacom, MTN,  Airtel and Etisalat gave hint of the next level of competition the market will experience when subscribers are allowed to change mobile network whilst retaining their phone lines by offering to accommodate dissatisfied customers.

With mobile number portability service, subscribers are now free to change the network they are currently using merely by working into the office of a new network operator of their choice...
Fill a form to migrate and send a text message to 3232 to the National Porting Clearinghouse (NPC) which will inform the former network operator. And your mobile number and biometric data will be moved to the new network within 48 hours.

Executive vice-chairman of Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), Mr. Eugene Juwah, said that the portability service would be provided free of charge for Nigerian subscribers through Interconnect Clearinghouse Limited, working together with the four operators.

You are now free to change your network as many times as you which, after every 90 days.

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