Whether you're joining VOXI or leaving for another network, it's a straightforward process to keep your existing phone number.

VOXI PAC CodeIf you're leaving VOXI to join another network, or if you're leaving another network in order to join VOXI, it's super easy to keep your current phone number.

All you'll need to do is to request a PAC Code. It's totally free and the entire process of transferring your phone number should normally take no longer than one working day.

For detailed instructions, please choose the option that best applies to you:

Leaving VOXI For Another Network

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If you're leaving VOXI to join another mobile network, you can take your phone number with you using a PAC Code from VOXI.

There are three ways to request a VOXI PAC Code:

  1. Online: You can get a PAC Code from VOXI by logging in to the VOXI Account website. Once you've logged in, go to Leave VOXI.
  2. By Text Message: You can get a VOXI PAC Code sent to you via SMS text message. Text PAC to 65075 to receive a PAC Code from VOXI.
  3. By Phone: You can get a PAC Code by calling VOXI. To do so, call them free of charge on their dedicated number, 0808 004 5205.

It's always free to get a PAC Code from VOXI, and it's your legal entitlement to be able to recieve one.

Once you have your VOXI PAC Code, you'll need to provide it to your new mobile network operator. For detailed instructions, please select your new mobile network from the following dropdown menu:

PAC Code Finder: How to use your VOXI PAC Code

Your new mobile network:

Don’t want to keep your VOXI phone number? You can request a STAC Code from VOXI instead.

VOXI STAC Code (Leave VOXI Without Keeping Your Number)

If you’d like to leave VOXI without keeping your current phone number, you’ll need to request a VOXI STAC Code rather than a PAC Code. There are three ways to get a STAC Code from VOXI:

  1. Online: You can get a STAC Code from VOXI by logging in to the VOXI Account website. After logging in, go to Leave VOXI.
  2. By Text Message: You can get a VOXI STAC Code sent to you via SMS text message. Text STAC to 75075 to receive a STAC Code from VOXI.
  3. By Phone: You can get a STAC Code by calling VOXI. To do so, call them free of charge on their dedicated number, 0808 004 5205.

Once you’ve gotten your STAC Code, the rest of the process for joining your new mobile network remains the same. You can choose your new provider from the dropdown menu above for instructions on how to use your VOXI STAC Code.

Joining VOXI From Another Network

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If you're joining VOXI from a different mobile network, you should ask your old mobile network to provide you with a PAC Code. The PAC Code will allow you to transfer your phone number to VOXI.

After getting a PAC Code from your old network, you should order your new phone or SIM card directly from VOXI's website. For more information, please select the type of tariff you're wanting to move to:

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When Your New Phone Arrives...

Once your new phone or SIM card arrives from VOXI, switch it on and make sure everything's working correctly. If, for whatever reason, you need to return or change your handset or SIM card, it's best to do this before transferring your phone number.

Once you're happy to continue with the transfer, your PAC Code should be submitted through VOXI's online form. Alternatively, you can give the PAC Code to VOXI by calling 191 on your VOXI handset. You can also call 03333 040 191 from any other phone.

Providing your PAC Code to VOXI
The PAC Code should be submitted through a form on VOXI's website.

If your PAC Code is provided before 5pm, your phone number transfer will normally be scheduled for the next working day (Monday to Friday only, excluding English bank holidays). For PAC Codes submitted after the 5pm cut-off, you'll need to wait one extra working day for your number to be transferred.

Sometimes, you’ll be given the option to provide a PAC Code at the same time as when you order your new phone or SIM card. We’d typically recommend against providing your PAC Code at this stage. Instead, waiting for the new phone or SIM card to arrive from VOXI first will allow you to make sure it’s working correctly and will make the process of cancelling or returning much easier.

Upgrading Your Plan On VOXI

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If you're simply upgrading to a newer handset or tariff, it's not necessary to get a VOXI PAC Code. You can simply upgrade via VOXI's website. For more information, please select the type of VOXI price plan you're planning to move to:

More Information

For more information, please see the VOXI website. You can also read our full guide to using a PAC Code. This answers a lot of frequently asked questions and provides some additional tips on transferring your phone number.

For discussion, please see the comments below on this page. They show other people's experiences using a VOXI PAC Code or moving their phone number from another network to VOXI.

Your Comments 1,716 so far

We would love to hear your comments: either about using a VOXI PAC Code or transferring your phone number from another network to VOXI. The comments below are all from people who've done the same thing in the past. You can contribute by adding your own comments here.

To see all 1716 comments about transferring a phone number, please see the main PAC Codes article.

  • Hi, I’m going on holiday to Turkey and I want to be able to use my sim abroad so I’ve got a Voxi one. I’m currently with EE and I just want to use my Voxi sim for when I am in turkey, if I transfer my number from my EE sim to my Voxi one, am I then able, when back from turkey and done using the Voxi sim, go back to using my EE sim with the same number. Or is there another way to use my Voxi sim for holiday and then go back to my EE sim without losing or changing numbers and keeping everything like normal?

    Charlie transferred a phone number from EE to VOXI.

    • Hi Charlie,
      Thanks for your comment. I definitely wouldn’t recommend going through the PAC Code process in this case! If you do so, it will automatically close the account on your old network (EE) – it sounds like this isn’t what you’d like to happen for a short term trip abroad.
      Instead, I’d recommend using EE’s call forwarding feature to have the incoming calls forwarded to your VOXI number. You’ll need to make sure you leave your EE SIM card in the UK, or you’ll be charged international roaming rates for call forwarding in Turkey. Alternatively, you could leave a message on your voicemail letting people know your temporary phone number.
      Hope this helps,
      Ken

  • Hi Ken, I have moved from EE to VOXI and transferred my number. VOXI has confirmed the port was successful but people on. EE can’t call or text me. I can call them and all other networks I know of seem fine both ways. How can I fix this?

    John DUNN transferred a phone number from EE to VOXI.

    • Hi John,
      Thanks for your comment. It sounds like there might be a case of a “split port” here (where the records linking phone numbers to networks haven’t yet been updated yet on all mobile networks). If the problem doesn’t solve itself within one day of the phone number transfer happening, I’d recommend getting in touch with your new provider (in this case, VOXI) and asking them to take a look into this for you.
      Ken

  • Hey I tried to transfer my number since I moved from EE to VOXI and the pac code said it was successful and would change my number to my old one within 3 days but it’s been a week and it still hasn’t changed. I would like to know why it hasn’t transferred properly.

    Tamanna transferred a phone number from EE to VOXI.

    • Hi Tamanna,
      Sorry to hear about the problems you’ve encountered moving a phone number from EE to VOXI. In this case, you’ll need to contact VOXI Customer Services to find out why your phone number hasn’t transferred over correctly. The best way to reach them is via their website.
      Ken

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