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    Vodafone Contract - Can I get a new phone number?
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    • 19th Aug 08, 9:08 AM
    Vodafone Contract - Can I get a new phone number? 19th Aug 08 at 9:08 AM
    I have had a Vodafone mobile contract for the last four years.

    I am currently receiving abusive texts from my partner's ex husband (up to 40 per day), to the extent where he is even texting me whilst he is on holiday in Tenerife!

    I ignore the vast majority of them, however it now getting to the point that I want to change my mobile phone number so I can get rid of him, as there are no options on my phone to block his calls or texts

    Does anyone know if I can do this, and if there is a charge? I don't mind paying, as this would be a small price to pay for my own sanity. I've tried Vodafone without much joy so far. The woman I spoke to said I would need to report the texts to the police, and obtain a crime reference number before they would act. Is this correct?

    Surely as a long time customer, I have the right to change my number?
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