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How to transfer your number from Lebara Mobile to Plusnet?

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  1. 1) Check you’re eligible to switch from Lebara Mobile

    If you’re out of contract with Lebara Mobile, you're free to switch at any time and it won’t cost you anything.

    We know it’s very easy to lose track of your contract end date, though. So if you’re not sure, it’s best to give Lebara Mobile's customer support a ring.

    You can reach them on 5588 from your Lebara Mobile phone. Or on 020 3059 0304 from any other phone (standard network rates apply).

    The Lebara Mobile customer support team are available 9am-5pm every day.

    Rather not speak to anyone? You can also find out your contract end date by logging in to your Lebara Mobile account. Or by opening the Lebara Mobile app.

  2. 2) Contact Lebara Mobile to cancel and get your PAC Code

    All good things come to an end. To tell Lebara Mobile you’re ready to leave, give them a call on the numbers outlined in step 1.

    During the call, you’ll need to ask the support team for a PAC Code. What’s a PAC Code? It’s a short sequence of numbers and letters that you’ll need to transfer your existing phone number to the network that you’re planning to join.

    Lebara Mobile is obliged to supply your PAC Code within two hours of your request.

    What's critical to note is that PAC Codes expire 30 days after being issued. So if you haven’t used it within this timeframe, you’ll need to contact Lebara Mobile again to get a new one.

  3. 3) Find and buy a SIM-only deal from Plusnet Mobile

    Free as a bird? Or got an impending date when you’ll be ready to leave? Great. Now you need to select a SIM only deal from Plusnet Mobile and sign up through uSwitch.

    Once you’ve passed Plusnet Mobile’s credit checks, you’ll receive your SIM in the post.

  4. 4) Contact Plusnet Mobile to give them your PAC Code

    Your only real job now is to get in touch with Plusnet Mobile and give them your PAC code.

    You can get in touch on 0800 079 1133 (standard network charges apply).

  5. 5) Unbox and insert your Plusnet Mobile SIM

    Got your phone to hand? Okay, open up the SIM tray using a pin and insert your Plusnet Mobile SIM card.

    Your number won’t be transferred straightaway. But you’ll be given a temporary number to use while the number transfer is taking place. So you can still use your phone.

  6. 6) Wait for your number to be transferred to Plusnet Mobile

    Plusnet aims to complete number transfers the next working day. However, that may depend on the time of day you make your transfer request.

    The earlier you make your request, the more likely it is to happen the next day.