If you use your ID to manage more than one account, select the wireless account you want to transfer.
Choose the numbers you want to transfer (make sure each phone can get texts).
Enter the requested info and select Continue.
Confirm the numbers you want to transfer and accept the transfer terms.
Complete the info to get a 6-digit personal identification number and select Submit.
Heads up: Give the new owner the email address you used to submit the transfer and the wireless number you want to transfer. They have 14 calendar days to accept billing responsibility and finish the transfer process.
Account and billing info
You can transfer one line or several.
You can’t transfer any Rollover Minutes® or Rollover Data®.
If the account has any installment plans, you can transfer them pending a credit evaluation of the new owner. Learn how to pay off an installment plan.
The remaining balance on any accessory installment plans has to be paid.1
You’ll get a prorated bill for the time the service was active in your name.
Your plan and features may change depending on your original account agreement. For example, if you have multiple lines, but only one is left after you transfer billing responsibility, you may have to choose a new agreement.
If you have a combined bill
Be sure to separate a service before you transfer billing responsibility for it.
If you transfer billing responsibility for all of your services, the bill will automatically de-combine.
You can combine your bill again after two bill periods by contacting us. You'll get separate bills until then.
The new account owner can’t re-establish a grandfathered combined bundle.
We’ll put billing responsibility in the new owner's name, using their credit info.
The new account owner accepts responsibility for the wireless account, monthly bill, and contract (if applicable).
The new account owner gets any upgrade eligibility that applies to the transferred lines.