If it is discovered immediately there is a possibility that the porting can be reversed within 24hours, depending on the carrier and type of port. In general though, you will need to request the old carrier to port the number back to them which is a completely new port request and can take up to
The best next step is to have IT.ie process a Data Request. This record shows most of the information needed and how it should be listed. These errors can be anything from wrong company name to an outstanding invoice. Please note IT.ie reserve the right to charge for failed ports.
In most cases you should be able to port a lo-call number. Please contact IT.ie at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm.
A Letter of Authorisation is a document that allows IT.ie to request your numbers from your existing provider on your behalf. This document would need to be filled out accurately, signed and emailed to IT.ie at email@example.com.
It should be possible to port this number to IT.ie but will result in the DSL being ceased. IT.ie can assist in maintain broadband service and can facilitate you keeping your number. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for details
You will need to provide a recent copy of your current provider’s bill showing the numbers being ported. The Universal Account Number (UAN) There can be no hunting on the phone line unless every number in the hunt group is being ported. The account number on the form must match exactly the account number on
The process once takes from 1 to 10 working days depending on the type of line.
In most cases IT.ie will have some experience with your current telecom service provider and will be able to tell you if your number can be ported to their service. Most numbers can be ported.
This refers to the ability to move your telephone number from one operator to another.
Depending on variables such as the Codec in use, a connection should have at least 100kbps on both the upload and download per simultaneous call.