How to Port Mobile Number from Aircel to Airtel? Do you know? Okay, in this article I will give you explanation about Port Mobile Number from Aircel to Airtel Step by Step, Read Below…
How to Port Mobile Number from Aircel to Airtel?
I have Aircel mobile number for four years and would like to port it to Airtel service provider to get better 3G net connectivity. Aircel gives very poor 3G connectivity in my area but very good at 2G speed. How to port mobile number from Aircel to Airtel? What is the procedure for Mobile number portability and how many days it will take to change the service provider once applied for. Kindly advice on this.
First of all, you have generated a unique porting code by giving a message to 1900 “PORT your number to 1900.” Now you will get a message from 1901 with your UPC. Visit nearest Airtel outlet and fill all required forms and submit your id proof and address, then buy an Airtel MNP SIM which costs less than 20 rupees. Within 3 days the old SIM will be deactivated, and you can use new SIM on your phone, and now you’ve changed your network to Airtel.
In the beginning, you should get the UPC (Unique Porting Code). You can get it by transferring SMS to 1900.
The format of the SMS is as follows:
PORT to 1900
After it, you will get your UPC from 1901 giving eight digit alpha-numeric Unique Porting Code (UPC) and UPC expiry date in MM/DD/YYYY format by an SMS on your mobile phone.
After it, you should visit your nearest Airtel outlet/showroom. There you will have to fill MNP form. MNP form means ‘Mobile Number Porting.’ In this MNP form, you must have to fill your Current Mobile Number, Current Operator name, UPC.
You will have to submit your Address and Id proof documents, self-attested photo and last bill copy of postpaid connection (if applicable) along with full MNP form and Customer Agreement Form.
After it, you should purchase the Airtel MNP SIM card from Airtel outlet/showroom. You should learn it very well that SIM charges, talk time value and porting charge are non-refundable in the event of cancellation or rejection of the port-in request.
When you complete this process, the Airtel will send an SMS to your old/existing operator’s SIM (existing connection) intimating the porting date and time. It will take about 2-hour ‘no service period’ which will begin after the porting time as given above. The ‘no service period’ will be from midnight to 5 am while your smartphone service will not be active on each SIM.
After the ‘no service period,’ you can renew your current operator’s SIM card with the current Airtel SIM card in your Smartphone.
Okay, I guess now you will get the Airtel services on your Smartphone.