In certain EU countries and with certain providers, you can now port your geographic (landline) number to Skype. This process can take up to several weeks, depending on your country and provider.
Note: Skype doesn’t support non-geographic (non-landline) numbers for the porting process. This means you can’t port mobile phone numbers to Skype, as they are not supported.
You can port your landline number over to Skype in the following countries with the listed provider.
Follow these steps to port your landline number to Skype.
Your request to port your number is complete, and our team will be in contact soon to confirm receipt of the request.
Starting from your port in date, we’ll charge you the listed amount each month (inclusive of applicable taxes) until you cancel. You’ll be notified before any future price changes.
Three days before your renewal date, we’ll charge you for the next subscription period. If you need to cancel, you must cancel before the charge date to avoid charges.
You can cancel any time after your first charge on your account page by clicking on the subscription you want to cancel. Learn more about cancelling your Skype Number.
This is a recurring charge, meaning you will be charged each billing period until you cancel. Please ensure your payment method supports recurring charges.
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