als wrote: Has anyone successfully transferred minutes to anyone elses' tracfone account recently?When I opened my account, it was an option, as easy as checking the box and designating the phone number.Thanks Isamorph!
als wrote: @KentEThanks for the link to the forum. I'm still trying to wrap my head around all the info there.We have 2 Tracfones expiring soon.No online Tracfone accountsTwo phone numbers we must keepOne phone which works for a hard of hearing individual which we must keep.One new QVC smart flip-phone currently unactivated2 balances of 500 and 1,00 minutes which we'd like to combine and roll over, into the old flip phone which works well for the hard of hearing person,and then activate the new smart flip phone for the "lite" user who couldn't care less what kind of phone it is. and usually needs less than 300 minutes per year.How in the heck do we accomplish all this?
als wrote: What Is the cheapest way to extend service on a Tracfone for one year if I still have plenty of minutes and want to keep the same device?
The_Uncomfortable_Truth wrote:als wrote: What Is the cheapest way to extend service on a Tracfone for one year if I still have plenty of minutes and want to keep the same device?
als wrote: Thanks all, there are many ways to 'skin a cat' and I'm learning , learning ,learning. currently on overload.@The_Uncomfortable_Truth "The best bet I see would be to port out the one number you want to keep to another service and reactivate the current phone with a new number keeping the current days/units on the device. It is best to go to chat to facilitate this. You can later port back that number into the new TF phone."I think that that may be the step I just wan't getting all along.How the heck is it possible, ( what are the steps?) to port out a number and then re-activate the phone.Nest question. How do I port a number to a (already active) TF?