Line Number Portability (LNP) FAQs
What is Line Number Portability (LNP)?
How do I sign-up for LNP with MCV?
How do I take my landline number with me when I transfer my home phone service to MCV?
Will MCV charge me any fees for transferring my phone number?
Should I cancel my existing service before switching to MCV Phone?
Will I need a new phone?
How long will it take to transfer my number?
If the transfer request takes more than one day, will I still be responsible for paying my current provider for services?
How will I know when my port request with MCV Phone is complete?
Will all features from my old carrier be available once my transfer request is completed with MCV?
Will I be able to use voicemail while my request is in progress?
What happens to calls while the transfer request is being processed?
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What happens to my calls when the power goes out?
Is MCV Phone like Vonage or Skype?
Can I call 9-1-1 with MCV Phone?
Can I keep my existing number?
If I subscribe to the Local Only plan, can I make long distance calls from my home phone?
Does your plan include unlimited international long distance calls?
Is 411 available with your service?
Can I have more than one phone hooked up?
What features come with MCV's Phone plans?
Can I switch one of the basic calling features for one of the Advanced Features?
Can I call an 800 number with MCV Phone?
Will MCV Phone work with my home security system?
Where can I find your rates?
Can I receive collect calls on my MCV Phone?
Will my answering machine work with MCV Phone?
Can I use my calling card with MCV Phone?
What type of phone or fax equipment is incompatible with MCV Phone?