Choose Your Own Mobile Phone Number and Make it Memorable on eBay.
Do you want a special mobile phone number for your business? Are you always having problems remembering your mobile phone number? You can choose your own number and receive a new SIM for your network from a selection on eBay.Can you choose the digits that will be in your mobile phone number?
Mobile phone numbers that are sold on eBay usually come in the form of SIM cards for specific mobile phone networks. The first five digits beginning with 07xxx are from one of the allocated patterns that make up all UK mobile numbers. The choice comes in the last six digits, which are unique to each phone number. Choose the number you like from the available list that matches the network that you want to use, and purchase the SIM card by following the instructions in the listing.What are gold mobile phone numbers?
Gold numbers, sometimes called VIP or premium numbers, are combinations of numbers that are considered rare, lucky, or especially memorable. The most rare of these combinations are called gold numbers, with those less rare being called silver or bronze numbers.Why do you need a gold mobile phone number?
If you are running a business from your mobile phone, a premium mobile phone number is one way to stand out from the crowd and be memorable to your customers. For personal use, premium mobile phone numbers can be fun but not essential. Here are some of the advantages of choosing a premium phone number:
- Memorable: Your number will be easy for you, your family, and friends to remember.
- Symbolic: Your number might have special meaning to you.
- Good for promotions: A special number might make a catchy advertising jingle for your business.
- Keep the same number for life: Port between phones when you upgrade or switch provider.
- Consecutive: Buy numbers in sequence for the whole family.
Once you have purchased your new SIM card, you will need to transfer the new number to your pay as you go mobile. Contact the SIM cards network (your service provider) and request a PAC code (Porting Authorization Code) to change between providers. Forward that PAC code to your new network and they can change your number.