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I'm confused. I thought this is how it already worked. I've done a new number ports and it's always been initiated by the new service provider you're moving to. In fact, they explicitly tell you not to cancel your service with your existing provider or else your number gets flagged for release and your new provider can't grab it.
 

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I've ported landlines too and it was done the same way. I ported my Bell home phone to Primus and never talked to anyone at Bell, I just gave Primus a copy of my Bell bill. Similarly I just recently ported my Primus home phone to voip.ms and did it the same way.
 

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Television is a weird one. Bell and Shaw satellite use different technologies so there would be nothing to "move" between them anyway. As for cable, do we actually have any markets where you have multiple choices of cable provider?
 
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