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TSsoontheam
post Nov 1 2006, 07:46 AM, updated 12y ago

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Any idea when it is to be launched or whether it is even gonna happen ?
For more info on MNP, http://www.mobileworld.com.my/index.php?op...d=163&Itemid=62
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post Nov 1 2006, 06:24 PM

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I heard it will be implemented by December 2007. : D
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post Nov 1 2006, 06:51 PM

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Currently singapore is using this system. Good system i gotta say. You cant diff singtel m1 or star hub user by looking at the number. They all looks the same. Only the user who use it know what line they are on.
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post Nov 1 2006, 08:26 PM

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Old news ... has been saying since last year.
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post Nov 2 2006, 11:49 AM

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QUOTE(David83 @ Nov 1 2006, 08:26 PM)
Old news ... has been saying since last year.
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I am aware it is old news.... I am asking WHEN it is coming out ... read before u reply
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post Nov 2 2006, 12:15 PM

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I read this news 2 weeks ago on MCMC announcement and it will be implement by Dec 2007.

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KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) is confident that mobile number portability (MNP) will be available to cellphone users in the country by December next year. 

However, several handphone users in a straw poll by In.Tech said they aren holding their breath for the service to see the light of day. 

MNP was proposed by the Government in 2004 and scheduled to be in use by last year. However, the implementation was delayed, and it was decided that more research needed to be conducted. MCMC started the research in September last year.
to read the Announcement
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post Nov 2 2006, 12:18 PM

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Don't think it'll be within next year. My speculation will be 2009.
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post Nov 2 2006, 12:32 PM

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last time, promise full coverage for all telco by the end of 2006, now cannot do, have to bring our number to another telco. stupit
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post Nov 2 2006, 03:47 PM

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first dec 06, then dec 07... really malaysia boleh.........
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post Nov 2 2006, 09:47 PM

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The latest press release said that it'll be by December 2007.
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post Nov 4 2006, 01:58 AM

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we need more than digits then...
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post Nov 4 2006, 10:05 AM

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I think the concept will preserve the 7-digit number and the prefix.
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think of it such... if u are a digi user of number 016-3111111, then u use MNP to go to maxis, u still use 016-3111111

australia used the same system as us 04x with x different for the telcos..
when MNP was introduced, the hp prefix juz became 04- and the x digit became more like a part of the phone number

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simple..just use our IC no. for the phone number..hahahaha
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post Nov 4 2006, 01:17 PM

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then, can i have ur ... erm.... new phone number ? tongue.gif
i wanna go to the bank tongue.gif
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i think this will take some time to go public../....
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well, the telcos will have problem if they charge call to other network at different charges and they differentiate between network using 01x prefix

sure when MNP introduced, 012 doesn't mean maxis and so on.

i think many of us will jump between network when it is introduced as some of us stay with the network because of the number.
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lets bring back this old post

MNP is implemented @ 1 APRIL 2008

My question is will all the telco share their network?
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post Feb 1 2008, 07:47 AM

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QUOTE(aspire2oo6 @ Feb 1 2008, 03:05 AM)
lets bring back this old post

MNP is implemented @ 1 APRIL 2008

My question is will all the telco share their network?
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no. it doesnt have to work that way.

if in uk, usually this is what you have to do, call the current provider and ask for PAC (porting authorisatio code) no, and then just hand over the no. to the new provider and that is it. wait for few days and you provider will be changed. there is no need to change sim card either, but this depends on the provider itself, some prefer to send you a new sim card.

the common issue is that the provider reluctant to release the PAC until they get satisfactory answer. but if charges/money is incurred, i guess it shouldn't be a problem then.

edite: typo

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post Feb 2 2008, 09:38 PM

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QUOTE(youngkies @ Feb 1 2008, 07:47 AM)
no. it doesnt have to work that way.

if in uk, usually this is what you have to do, call the current provider and ask for PAC (porting authorisatio code) no, and then just hand over the no. to the new provider and that is it. wait for few days and you provider will be changed. there is no need to change sim card either, but this depends on the provider itself, some prefer to send you a new sim card.

the common issue is that the provider reluctant to release the PAC until they get satisfactory answer. but if charges/money is incurred, i guess it should be a problem then.
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so those ppl wif VVip no will suffer la acuse their no will juz vanish in thin air???

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