Whether you’ve moved interstate in India, you can want to port your number to the new circle. Airtel provides services and products everywhere the country with a host of prepaid and postpaid connection options. It is among the biggest telecom service providers in India and not only does it offer SIM cards, it also has its own streaming service – Airtel Xstream, and broadband service. So, if you are moving to a different city inside the country and want to switch your Airtel number to that city, we have put together a step-by-step guide for you.
How to switch Airtel numbers interstate when moving in India
In case you are moving from one city to another inside the country and are planning on switching your Airtel number from the original city to the new one, Mobile Number Portability (MNP) is the way to go. This permits you to keep your number, alternatively, this process is a little different than steady MNP. Airtel offers interstate MNP service for its prepaid and postpaid customers. To take action, follow these steps:
Visit your nearest Airtel store in the city you have moved to. To find out which store is the closest to you, SMS ARC followed by your pin code to 121.
Next, SMS PORT followed by your phone number and send it to 1900.
You’ll receive a UPC or Unique Porting Code.
Head to the Airtel store with an ID proof and an address proof.
Show your UPC and submit the documents at the store.
Let the representative at the store realize that you need to switch your Airtel number to a new circle.
It is important to go the Airtel store to receive this done and it cannot be processed online, unlike steady MNP process. We spoke to Airtel customer care, who confirmed that you’ll be able to’t do port your number across circles online.
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