Can you port a T-mobile number to Google Voice?
Note: You can’t port your mobile number to a Google Voice account managed by your work or school. You’ll be charged a $20 fee to port your mobile number to Google Voice from most mobile service providers, such as Verizon or AT. Check the Porting Status page to verify your number can be ported.
Can I port Tmobile prepaid number?
Yes, it is possible to keep the number you already have from another wireless or landline carrier. First, check to see if your existing number is eligible for transfer to T-Mobile. If you are interested in a prepaid phone and want to transfer your number to T-Mobile, please visit your nearest T-Mobile retail store.
How do I port my T-Mobile prepaid phone?
Give us a call: It’s that simple! Give us a call at 1-800-937-8997, and let us know that you’re ready to make the switch! For Prepaid, call 1-877-778-2106. Go to a store: You can also go into one of our stores and get some face-time with one of our Mobile Experts.
Can you use a prepaid phone for Google Voice?
I have a clear answer: YES. I bought a prepaid SIM at T-Mobile and used that number to sign on to GVoice. Works.
Is Google Voice going away?
The process to delete Hangouts phone call history will occur through September 2021. Learn more about changes to Hangouts with Google Voice. You can no longer make phone calls and send text messages in classic Hangouts.
Can I port my VoIP number to Google Voice?
Google Voice only accepts mobile numbers for porting in. You would have to first port your VoIP number to a mobile carrier to make it eligible to be ported into Google Voice.
How do I find my T-Mobile port pin?
If you don’t have a PIN you can set one up by calling 611 from your T-Mobile phone and saying “no” when it asks you if you want to refill and then choosing “Manage my account” followed by “change my account pin“. If you forgot your PIN number or need other help call the porting department at 1-877-789-3106.
What do I need to port my number from T-Mobile?
Get an extra layer of line security.
- Authorize the port. Have an authorized user call T-Mobile Customer Care at 1-877-347-2127.
- Contact your new provider. Give your new wireless provider the number that’s being switched over.
- Transfer the line. Your number will be transferred safely and quickly – simple as that.
How do I find my T-Mobile prepaid PIN?
Best answer by tmo_amanda
- Call 611 or *8646.
- Say NO to Refill Your Account option.
- Wait for SIVR options and say Manage My Account or press 1.
- Say Change My Account PIN or press 1.
- Enter the new account security PIN twice.
How do I forward my T mobile calls to Google Voice?
Replace your T-Mobile voicemail with Google Voice visual mail
- Create a new contact on your phone that includes your mobile number.
- Go to your phone settings and browse to Call Settings.
- While still in the Call Settings, change your Call forwarding numbers to your Google Voice number.
Can I port my VoIP number?
“Yes, in most cases your phone number can be ported to your VoIP service (porting means to transfer your number from one telephone company to another). Please contact customer service to check on your specific number’s portability. To learn more about number porting at 1-VoIP, click here.
How to Port a number to Google Voice?
On your computer,open Google Voice.
Can I port my Google Voice number?
Yes, you can port your Google Voice number. However, once you do port the number you will no longer be able to use it at anything else other than an inbound fax number. Your Google Voice number is automatically locked to prevent it from being ported out without your consent.
How do you unlock your Google Voice number?
To unlock your number: Go to www.google.com/voice/unlock and sign into your Google Voice account. If you only have one Google Voice number click Unlock my number underneath your Google Voice number. Click Continue to confirm that you wish to unlock your number. Sign into Google Wallet to complete your port out process.
What is a Google phone call?
A Google phone is the name given to a phone that use the Google Android open source mobile operating system. Most of these devices are actually smartphones with touch screens, Web browsing capabilities, and many other features not found in regular cell phones.