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Home > Small Business Phone Systems > Faqs > Porting Existing Business Phone Numbers

Can I keep my existing business phone number?

Yes. Nearly all Ooma Office users are able to keep their existing business phone numbers. Phone service providers cannot keep you from porting over your number to another carrier, as it is against updated FCC regulations from September of 2017.

In the vast majority of cases, Ooma can port over your existing phone number from your current provider without an issue. In fact, 99.8% of all phone numbers in North America can be ported to Ooma! If you want to learn more about making a business communication transition to Ooma, check out our list of FAQs about how to port your existing business phone number with ease. 

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