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Can I transfer my number to Q Link Wireless?

Yes, you can now bring your existing number to the Q Link Wireless network.

For the fastest number transfer possible, please have the following information available:

  • Your existing Phone number
  • The account number from your existing provider
  • The account password from your existing provider
  • Billing name and address on your existing provider’s account

Eligibility Guidelines:

  • Keep your number active on your current network. Do NOT contact your current provider to deactivate your account before or during the number transfer or your number will NOT be eligible.
  • Pay any remaining balances with your current provider. Otherwise, you will not be allowed to port even if the number is still active.
  • Your phone needs to be unlocked. Talk to your current provider to make sure your phone is unlocked.
  • Do NOT have a current port initiated with your current provider. If you do, you will have to call them to cancel it.

Your old number and account will get deactivated as soon as your number is approved to transfer to Q Link.

Once you follow these instructions and have the proper information on hand, call us at 1-(855) 754-6543 to get your number transferred!

Looking for help? Check out this FAQ for more assistance with transferring your number.

Can I give away my Q Link Wireless phone to friends or family?

While you CAN let your friends or family borrow your phone, but you CANNOT let them have it. Q Link Wireless’ service is non-transferable, meaning it must be used by you and you alone. However, you can refer your friends or family to Q Link Wireless with our Refer–A–Friend program. Just ask them to sign up by going to https://qlinkwireless.com/signup/.

We’ll even reward you. For each qualified and approved friend you refer to Q Link Wireless, you’ll receive 100 free bonus minutes and 100 MB of data.

For more information on our Refer-A-Friend program, visit What is the Refer-A-Friend program, and how do I participate?