Is 2 degrees better than Vodafone?
Spark races ahead on download speeds but 2degrees snatches the prize for Upload Speed Experience. However, 2degrees beat both Spark and Vodafone on Upload Speed Experience, with its users observing an average speed of 9.9 Mbps, 0.9 Mbps higher than that seen by Spark’s users.
Can I take my mobile number to a new provider?
To keep your mobile number and transfer it to another network, you need to request what’s called a Porting Authorisation Code (PAC) from your old provider and then let your new provider know the code. They will then schedule the switch.
How do I transfer my number to 2degrees?
There are three easy ways to bring your number: online, in a 2degrees store, or over the phone….Change your number in store or over the phone
- Your 2degrees SIM (or purchase one in store).
- Your old account number or SIM number.
- A couple of minutes to go through the Terms and Conditions.
Is 2 DEgrees cheaper than Vodafone?
Two degrees has a deal under which Vodafone carries its traffic when it has no machinery to do so itself and is considerably cheaper than Vodafone. Whilst 2 DEgrees are generally cheaper than either Telecom and Vodafone, the other two companies are offering deals which you may find better meet your needs.
Who owns 2nd degree NZ?
Trilogy International Partners
Are 2 degrees phones locked?
Some 2degrees handsets are locked to the 2degrees network. To use your phone with a SIM of another NZ or overseas network, you must unlock it first.
How do you get a PAC Code from Vodafone?
Online: You can get a PAC Code from Vodafone by logging in to the My Vodafone website. Once you’ve logged in, go to Account settings > Mobile switching. By Text Message: You can get a Vodafone PAC Code sent to you via SMS text message. Text PAC to 65075 to receive a PAC Code from Vodafone.
How can I change my mobile network without changing my number?
- Send an SMS to 1900 in the following format:
- You will receive a reply which will contain a unique ‘porting code’.
- Send this unique code to the mobile operator that you have selected, through an SMS.
How do you load 2 degrees?
The easiest way is by using the 2degrees App, but you can also top up online, buy a voucher and top up by text, top up by phone, set up an Auto Top Up or top up someone else’s account. The minimum top up amount is $10.
Will my phone work on 2degrees?
2degrees operates a 3G and 4G network. Most new phones should work with these technologies, so you should be sweet for streaming and sending out emails as soon as you put your SIM in your phone. That said, there are always some exceptions, particularly if you bought your phone overseas or from a parallel importer.
How do I transfer my 2degrees account to another provider?
If you were on a prepaid plan with your old provider, you’ll need your SIM card number. Find your SIM card number. Once you’re ready, follow this link to Your 2degrees and register using the temporary 022 number on your new SIM. Your 2degrees is the online hub for all things to do with your 2degrees account.
Can I switch to Vodafone and keep my phone number?
If you’re a Prepay customer and want to buy a new phone, you can switch to Vodafone and keep your number at any time – you’re under no obligation to stay with your network for any length of time. Keep your current phone, then you need a Vodafone SIM card, which you would get when you buy your plan online or in store.
How long does it take to Port my Number to Vodafone?
We will port your number over to the Vodafone network as quickly as possible. This process can take as little as 2 minutes, and rarely takes longer than 2 hours. During this time your phone will be out of service. Once your switch is complete, you’ll see the Vodafone name on your phone (top left next to the bars).
How do I bring my old number to 2degrees?
There are three easy ways to bring your number: online, in a 2degrees store, or over the phone. Whichever way you choose, you’ll need your active 2degrees SIM card as well as your old account number (if you were on a monthly plan), or SIM number (if you were on a prepaid plan).