PUERTO RICO (US) (PR)
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Most mobile operators require account numbers and PINs to port; some providers also require account PINs to port out. Before porting check with your current provider whether a PIN is required and iclude it in your port request.
Once you submit all required information, up to 4 weeks, depending on the complexity of the port and time required by the current service provider.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
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For Geographic (local) and Mobile number porting requests, email email@example.com with the required documentation/information.
For Toll-Free numbers, submit your porting request directly via the Twilio Console.
You can find all the requirements needed here.
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