Switzerland Number Porting

Here you will find the requirements for Switzerland number portability.

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Written by Kim Dorson-King
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Porting Local / National Numbers in Switzerland

  1. LOA (porting wish date must be mentioned)

  2. Latest Invoice

  3. VAT / TAX ID

  4. Proof of address dated within 3 Months of request (Latest invoice/Utility Bill/Insurance)

Porting Toll-free Numbers

  1. LOA (porting wish date must be mentioned)

  2. Latest Invoice

  3. Ownership proof from BAKOM (with ref number)

Please note, a single number belonging to a DDI Range, cannot be ported out separately. In order for a DDI Range to be ported, it must include at least 10 successive Numbers or a multiple of it. The first number of range to end with 0 and the last number of range to end with 9. These details are available with the current provider.

Download LOA here

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