12-01-2012 08:20:11 PM
I moved recently from New York to Atlanta. My current cell phone is not with AT&T and out of contract. I would like to keep my NY number at least in the short term. I was in Best Buy today and they told my I could not port my number. I was on a chat with an AT&T rep and they said I could. I'm more inclined to believe AT&T since it's their service. My question is, if I buy the phone from Best Buy, they're offering a better deal on the phone than AT&T right now, with a local number, would I be able to later port my NY number later on over the phone with AT&T customer service?
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12-01-2012 08:40:27 PM
AT&T's return policy has changed effective 10/07/12. You have 14 days to return the device & cxl without a ETF. Policy info HERE.
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