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If I port my phone number to a different carrier (because of a special), do I lose all my balance in my goPhone account? 

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‎06-23-2018 4:58 AM

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Yes.

 

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Thanks!   Another reason that I hate cellular phones...worst technological advancement EVER!   

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‎06-27-2018 8:23 AM

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@Lady_Nightshade

Just use up your balance.

you are paying for a carrier to keep your service available, whether you use it or not.

 

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