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Switching Cellphone Providers



Other cellphone providers will promise to offer you easier terms if you switch over to their service. It can be a little bit annoying and a bit difficult when you switch cellphone providers. Beware of hidden charges that might catch you off guard so you better read the contract thoroughly. Here are some steps you can take to make your switch a positive move for you.

It is important to evaluate your cellphone needs and habits. This is to narrow down the kind of service that will really suit you. Do you usually make a lot of calls? If not, then a pay as you go phone might be a good option to consider. Do you need other features for your cellphones? These factors should be taken into consideration when you are switching cellphone providers.

Ask around and get the opinion of other people on other cellphone providers. Your family and friends may have different cellphone providers so you better start with them. Ask them if the coverage is good and if the terms are okay. You can probably use their cellphone for a few days to really have a feel of their cellphone service.

Some cellphone providers will charge you a large fee if you end the contract before the agreed terms are up. It is always a good idea to read your contract and read it thoroughly.

Let your new cellphone provider know your requirements for the new term you want to have with them. It is also a better idea to keep your old number to avoid having to give out new numbers again. Let them know if they would allow you keeping your old number.

If you do not want to lose any calls or text messages, do not drop your original service just yet. You can wait for the new service to be set up and running before you completely end the original service.

If your new service is already running then you can now call your old service and tell them that you are terminating the coverage.

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