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Keep your Existing Phone number!

Get a New Phone Number!

Mobile Number Portability!

VCS Skynet is a Top Tier Telephone Provider, which means we provide ALL of the services.

You can keep your existing Phone Number with VCS Skynet, no matter what your address is. Many major providers will not allow you to keep your existing phone number when you move between regions or zones. At VCS Skynet, you can keep your existing phone number whether you move across the street, across the country and around the globe.

Do you need a new phone number for your business or perhaps want to add a private number, VCS Skynet can handle that too, with a virtually unlimited quantity of telephone numbers available.

Is your Mobile (Cell) Phone Number an important part of your business life? We can most often move that number onto our systems and deliver it were ever you need it to be.

A Number Port is a simple process that moves your phone number from one carrier to Skynet. VCS Skynet manages your Port Process for you and ensures it happens as seamlessly as possible. Most Ports are completed in 5 business days.

You still own your phone number, you’ve simply chosen VCS Skynet to be your carrier and you can move it away from VCS Skynet at any time you choose.

Do you need a Local Number in Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Fredericton, New York, Chicago, Seattle, Los Angeles or anywhere else? We can take care of that for you.

Do you want to move your New York office to Vancouver, but keep the local number? the answer is Yes!

In fact, VCS Skynet is prepared to help you in most situations and our network continues to grow globally.

Ask us how we can help your business save on your monthly telecom and internet bills and receive unlimited North America calling for free.

VCS Skynet – 1-800-337-8323

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