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Save a Bundle on Wireless Phones Compared to Marion Indiana Cell Phone Stores!  Why drive all over comparing cellular phone deals when you can shop all major cell phone carriers and plans right here?  We offer free cell phones in Marion IN from all major carriers including Verizon Wireless, Sprint, T-Mobile. Alltel, AT&T (formerly Cingular) and Nextel.  Most of the phones we offer are priced much lower than any cell phone store in Marion Indiana.  Why would you shop anywhere else!  Not only do we carry all major cell phone providers, we also offer the largest selection of phones from manufacturers such as LG, Nokia, BlackBerry, Palm, Samsung, Kyocera, Sony Ericsson, HTC and UTStarcom.  We offer free FedEx shipping to Marion IN on all mobile phones when you sign up for a new individual plan.  We also offer the best deals on cell phone upgrades, family plans and contract extensions.  With most of the phones being free and many where you actually get cash back after rebates, why would you go anywhere else!  Compare and Save on Your Marion Indiana Cell Phone Today!
Number Portability - F.A.Q.
Q. 
What steps do I need to take to ensure that I keep my old phone number?
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  Transferring your existing phone number to your new cell phone is easy.  Just take these three steps to ensure that everything goes smoothly.  STEP 1.  When submitting your order for your new cell phone and plan make sure you check the box that says "Yes, switch my old number to my new phone and plan".  When you submit your order you'll be asked for your existing number along with the account number of your current carrier.  Once submitted, your order will be sent for approval to your new wireless carrier.  After your new account is approved we activate your new phone and schedule the number transfer from your old carrier to your new carrier.  It's rare that a number can't be ported, but if this does happen we'll contact you for alternative arrangements.  You should receive the new cell phone before the number transfer has been completed so that there is no interruption in service.  STEP 2.  After you receive your new cellular phone the number should be transferred within 24 hours.  You'll be able to check the status of the transfer request online in real-time.  STEP 3.  Once you phone number has been ported to your new phone and carrier you will no longer be able to use the number with your previous carrier.  You must call your previous cell phone provider to cancel your service and account.

Number Portability - F.A.Q.
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What do I need to do to ensure that the transfer of my existing number goes smoothly?
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  If the information you submit on your order matches the information with your previous carriers exactly, the number transfer should go smoothly without any problems.  When submitting your order make sure that your name, previous account number and phone number on the account match exactly what is shown on your cellphone bill from your previous cell phone provider.  Any mismatch in name, account number or phone number could delay the order process and transfer of your old cell phone number to your new wireless plan.

Basics of Cell Phone Service Plans
By choosing the right calling plan, a cell phone plan shouldn't cost much more than a traditional landline telephone.  However the huge number of choices in cellular plans can make simple comparison a bit of a challenge for anyone.  There are two important differences between a cell phone plan and a traditional land line service plan.  The first being that cellular customers pay for the amount of service based on both incoming and outgoing calls.  This has changed with some carriers offering free incoming calls, but paying for both incoming and outgoing calls still remains the norm.  With landline service you usually get unlimited calling except for long distance and incoming calls are always free.  The second is that by the nature of wireless service you're not tethered to one specific location as with landlines, allowing you to make a receive call from an unlimited number of places.  As a result a cellular bill is a very accurate tally of how long the customer talks, where they use their phone, what time of day the customer uses their phone and the numbers that the calls are received from or placed to.
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