While it’s true that generally your soon to be former service provider must release your number, they do indeed have a say in it. They must verify that you own the number you wish to transfer and if incorrect account information was initially supplied, that’s likely the explanation for the holdup. That said, the best we’re able to do here is speculate as to what might have happened. If the correct information was resubmitted to your old service provider yesterday, it’s not unreasonable the transfer wouldn’t have taken place yet.
Please see here for how to check the status of a pending number transfer: How to Transfer Your Number to Republic Wireless – Republic Help. If there’s nothing useful there, you’ll need to follow-up with staff on your open ticket.
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thanks again … your further explanation stands to reason … I am not upset with the service when the phone is connected and all that it does. My wife has been using since last Feb and we’re very happy with the price and deal over this time. We lost her first phone and the company replaced it for great price second hand… no problems, then we found the first phone again and so I have decided to utilize it as well. I suppose you get the “super service” with the “super price tag”… the price is the best out there, so I am happy to wait until they sort me out hahahahahahahaha… upside is… ya’all understand me butcherin’ of the english and sullementing with the ‘lingo ‘o’ the dingo’… aussie strine mates… have a guid day, aye !