If you want to switch to Vectone Mobile and keep your current mobile telephone number you will need a PAC code (porting authorisation code) from your current mobile telephone network operator. This will allow you to transfer (port) your existing mobile phone number to Vectone Mobile .
Getting your PAC Code is simple and quick.
Switching to Vectone Mobile is likely to save you money!
Vectone Mobile offers UK plans, All in One plans, Data Bundles and International plans.
Vectone Mobile also offer a free second mobile phone number with Vectone Mobile Xtra - allowing you to get a free additional UK mobile phone number and you can choose between the numbers to be displayed when somebody receives your call, WiFi and data calling, home and roaming and Vectone Mobile offer free and competitive low cost local and international calling.
All Vectone Mobile deals are SIM-only. A free SIM can be ordered on the Vectone Mobile website.
As mobile phone technology improves and becomes cheaper, and with increased competition among the mobile phone network operators, the result is cheaper mobile phone tariffs. If you want to move from your current mobile phone network to Vectone Mobile you will be able to keep your mobile phone number - you will need a PAC Code.
Take advantage of the latest Vectone Mobile mobile phone tariffs and take advantage of the fact that you can keep your existing mobile phone number, saving you money, time and effort updating contacts with a new number.
We know your mobile phone number is important to you. So take it with you when you switch to Vectone Mobile .
Transferring your mobile phone number to Vectone Mobile is now even easier thanks to the new Ofcom rule Text-to-Switch. You still need a PAC Code, however, you can get your PAC Code by sending a free text message to your current provider. Simply use our handy PAC Code tool for a simple step-by-step guide to sending your text (which is free), receiving your PAC Code and transferring your number to a new mobile phone provider.
You no longer need to speak with your current provider's customer services (or retention team) - unless of course you want to - if you think they will offer you a deal that you cannot refuse to stay with them!