At any point, if I need to discontinue MyOperator services, shall I get my number back?

At any point, if I need to discontinue MyOperator services, shall I get my number back?

Yes, you can get your number back. MyOperator will only provide a No Objection Certificate (NOC) to you and you can transfer the ownership of number from MyOperator to your business using the same NOC. Visit the link for our Portin-Port Out policy
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