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Getting off a multi-line plan and starting a solo plan

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So im currently on a friends plan because it was a little cheaper when i switched from boost. But id like to start my own solo plan, that way i know the bill will be paid when due. My dilemma here is, will i have to buy a new cricket sim card and pay an activation fee plus the initial monthly payment? Or can i keep my sim and number and just switch to a new plan?
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Re: Getting off a multi-line plan and starting a solo plan

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Hello @Roadkill1321! Welcome to our Cricket Community Forum and thank you for your post. When transferring your line to your own account, you can keep your same phone number and SIM card. You will be charged a prorated amount to transfer the line to your new account. 

When you are ready to transfer your line, you can visit your local Cricket store, contact our Customer Care team at 1-800-Cricket, or contact our Customer Support team via Facebook or Twitter. We will be sure to let you know how much is due at the time of transferring the line. 

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Re: Getting off a multi-line plan and starting a solo plan

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Hello @Roadkill1321! Welcome to our Cricket Community Forum and thank you for your post. When transferring your line to your own account, you can keep your same phone number and SIM card. You will be charged a prorated amount to transfer the line to your new account. 

When you are ready to transfer your line, you can visit your local Cricket store, contact our Customer Care team at 1-800-Cricket, or contact our Customer Support team via Facebook or Twitter. We will be sure to let you know how much is due at the time of transferring the line. 

Remember to always mark posts that resolved your issue with Accept as Solution. You can even mark multiple posts in a single thread. This will help other users find this information too!  Use the Kudos Button to offer a thumbs-up for good content.

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