Landline Porting Keep your existing landline number by transferring it to your mobile Phone
Fast Landline Number Transfer!
In today’s fast-paced world, communication is key, and having the ability to stay connected on the go is more important than ever.
If you’re still tied to your landline but want the convenience of a mobile phone, Smart Numbers has the solution for you – transferring your landline number to a mobile phone.For more information call us on 0345 0178 179
Why Transfer an Existing Landline Number to a Mobile
Enjoy mobility: With landline number transfer, you can take your trusted phone number wherever you go, allowing you to stay connected with friends, family, and colleagues no matter your location.
Cost-effective: Say goodbye to maintaining two separate numbers and paying for separate services. Consolidating your landline and mobile services can lead to cost savings and simplified billing.
Seamless integration: Get access to mobile features like call waiting, voicemail, and call forwarding, seamlessly integrated with your familiar landline number.
How to Transfer Landline Number to Mobile or New Premise?
A transfer of your landline number to a mobile or new premise is really very easy but often missed by large phone providers such as BT, Talk Talk and others. Doing so is an easy, quick process that can be used for both landline and mobile phone numbers.
- Check with your current service provider to see if number transfer is allowed.
- Inquire about any potential additional costs associated with the transfer.
- Once you have the green light from your current provider, you can proceed with the transfer.
- Look for a virtual landline provider like Smart Numbers who can assist you in setting up your landline using your existing number.
We understand organising connectivity and communication for your business can seem daunting. Talk to our helpful team to bring together the best choice of numbers, call solutions and connections for your business. Call 24-7.0345 0178 179
How to Transfer your Landline Number to a Virtual Landline?
When you are registering for your virtual landline number, you can decide between a local, national, or existing number. This might be the best option for you if your business relies on your original number.
If you use your existing landline as a virtual one, your customers won’t be able to tell the difference. To them, it will appear like they are calling the same number they always have, and it will be the same for you too.
All you will need is some additional information, such as your current provider’s name, and proof of ownership for the number you want to transfer.
Benefits of Transferring to a Virtual Number
Cost Savings: Virtual numbers are often more affordable than traditional phone lines, especially for long-distance and international calls.
Flexibility: Virtual numbers can be accessed and managed from any internet-connected device, providing convenience and mobility.
Professional Image: Virtual numbers allow businesses to have a dedicated business line, enhancing their professional image.
Easy Setup: Setting up virtual numbers is quick and straightforward, saving time and effort.
Advanced Features: Virtual number services often come with a range of advanced features like call forwarding, voicemail-to-email, and auto-attendant.
Local Presence: Businesses can establish a local presence in different regions by using virtual numbers with local area codes.
Scalability: Virtual numbers can be easily scaled up or down to meet changing business needs.
Privacy Protection: Virtual numbers keep personal phone numbers private, ensuring privacy and security.
Once your existing landline has been transferred, you have access to all the smart features of your landline.Talk to us before you decide the best way to keep your landline number 0345 0178 179
FAQs For Landline Number Transfer
We have put together some of our most communally asked questions from over the last 20 years. The follow questions are mainly around our Virtual Landline and Smart VoIP solutions, If you can’t find the answer you want, lets talk.
Yes, in most cases, you can keep your current landline number when transferring to a mobile phone. The process involves porting your existing number to the mobile carrier of your choice.
Once the transfer is successful, your landline services will be deactivated. Your landline phone will no longer be active, and incoming calls to your landline number will be directed to your mobile phone.
In general, you can transfer your landline number to most mobile carriers. However, it's essential to check with your chosen mobile carrier to ensure they support landline number transfers.
The porting process duration can vary depending on factors such as the mobile carrier's procedures and any technical issues that may arise. In general, it can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks to complete the transfer.
If you encounter any issues during the transfer process, the first step is to contact your mobile carrier's customer support. They can assist with troubleshooting and provide updates on the transfer status. Smart Numbers, as your trusted telecommunication agency, will also be there to assist you throughout the process.
VoIP Landlines VS Traditional Landlines
There are a few critical factors to start with that will influence which solution is best for you.
- Operate over the internet
- Use digital data packets
- Needs stable internet
- Easy setup and management
- Advanced features available
- Cost-effective for long-distance calls
- Flexible, works on any internet-connected device
- Ideal for modern businesses and remote work
Great for trade people or if you spend a lot of your time moving around.
- Uses physical telephone lines
- Transmit analogue voice signals
- Does not require internet
- Basic calling features
- Limited additional features
- Higher cost for long-distance calls
- Tied to a physical location
- Suitable for users valuing call stability
Perfect solution for homeworkers, offices, retail and industrial units