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Switching back to ATT Gophone after switching from ATT Gophone to Straighttalk

Hello,

I switched about six months ago from ATT Gophone to Straighttalk, while keepeing the same number. I would like to do the reverse operation: to go back to ATT Gophone (I still have the sim card) while keeping my phone number.

1) Is that possible?

2) Does anyone know the procedure or where I should start looking for information? I couldn't find the info after googling nor on the ATT website, I hope I didn't miss an obvious link.

Thanks a lot!

Yannick

Hello,

I switched about six months ago from ATT Gophone to Straighttalk, while keepeing the same number. I would like to do the reverse operation: to go back to ATT Gophone (I still have the sim card) while keeping my phone number.

1) Is that possible?

2) Does anyone know the procedure or where I should start looking for information? I couldn't find the info after googling nor on the ATT website, I hope I didn't miss an obvious link.

Thanks a lot!

Yannick

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aquestion wrote:

Hello,

I switched about six months ago from ATT Gophone to Straighttalk, while keepeing the same number. I would like to do the reverse operation: to go back to ATT Gophone (I still have the sim card) while keeping my phone number.

1) Is that possible?

2) Does anyone know the procedure or where I should start looking for information? I couldn't find the info after googling nor on the ATT website, I hope I didn't miss an obvious link.

Thanks a lot!

Yannick



aquestion,

 

Below is a link that goes through an activation of a go phone along with a phone number to call if transferring your number from a different carrier.

 

Activate Your Phone

 

 

James

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aquestion wrote:

Hello,

I switched about six months ago from ATT Gophone to Straighttalk, while keepeing the same number. I would like to do the reverse operation: to go back to ATT Gophone (I still have the sim card) while keeping my phone number.

1) Is that possible?

2) Does anyone know the procedure or where I should start looking for information? I couldn't find the info after googling nor on the ATT website, I hope I didn't miss an obvious link.

Thanks a lot!

Yannick



aquestion,

 

Below is a link that goes through an activation of a go phone along with a phone number to call if transferring your number from a different carrier.

 

Activate Your Phone

 

 

James

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aquestion wrote:

Hello,

I switched about six months ago from ATT Gophone to Straighttalk, while keepeing the same number. I would like to do the reverse operation: to go back to ATT Gophone (I still have the sim card) while keeping my phone number.

1) Is that possible?

2) Does anyone know the procedure or where I should start looking for information? I couldn't find the info after googling nor on the ATT website, I hope I didn't miss an obvious link.

Thanks a lot!

Yannick



aquestion,

 

Below is a link that goes through an activation of a go phone along with a phone number to call if transferring your number from a different carrier.

 

Activate Your Phone

 

 

James

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