Virtual Telephone Systems

Blue Penguins UK Phone Service

Call us on 0161 713 2867
Fax us on 0845 287 6475
enquiries@bluepenguins.co.uk | Clubhouse
Porting your existing number to Blue Penguins.
Can it be beneficial for you and/or your business?
  • British Telecom
  • Cable & Wireless (Including Energis)
  • Colt
  • Gamma
  • Global Crossing
  • Inclarity
  • MDNX
  • Spitfire
  • Teleappliant
  • Telephony Services
  • Virgin (Including Telewest, NTL & Eurobell)
  • Voxbone
  • Vonage
Please contact us for telecommunications companies not listed above.
For more information on porting your UK landline telephone number.
Please give Blue Penguins a ring on 0161 713 2867.

How much does it cost?
There is a one off porting fee of 25.00 and pay the first six months of number rental in advance, which will be 18.00 excluding VAT for a geographical 01 & 02 numbers, making the total payment to port your number of 43.00 exclusive of VAT tax.

After ordering your number porting you will be contacted to arrange the porting of your landline number.

You will receive a refund if for some reason it is not possible to port your existing landline number to Blue Penguins.

Our local virtual phone numbers are very popular due to their flexible call forwarding and optional call hunting, switchboard and voicemail facilities which allow you to receive calls made to a local UK phone number on virtually any phone in the UK or abroad. But what if you want the flexibility of a virtual phone number service but you already have an existing landline number that you wish to keep?

As the number porting process is standardised all providers have to adhere to certain procedures which protect you as an end user. If the porting process is followed correctly then it should only take between seven to ten days to port a number to Blue Penguins. Some of the suppliers may manage to extend this porting process to thirty days, but this could be the maximum time allowed for porting your number to Blue Penguins.


Number Porting with Blue Penguins UK Telecom.
Keep your existing landline phone number by making it a virtual one.
How number porting to Blue Penguins can help you?
When you move house or office, one of the first things you do is get your letters and mail from the post office, redelivered to your new destination address. Now you can have the same option with your landline, keep your existing telephone number instead of giving it up, because your existing landline number is not available for the new address you are moving to. If you are moving to the opposite end of the United Kingdom, or abroad to Spain, Europe, or someone else in the world. Maybe your business or you personally wants to reduce the number of physical phone or fax lines it has due to the high cost of landline rentals. You do not want to loose any potential business prospects or personal contacts that known your existing number for ages by getting rid of your expensive landline service. Now you can port your existing landline number to Blue Penguins and they become virtual telephone numbers. So calls are diverted to your new landline or wherever you want them. There will be charge to divert your virtual geographic number to a landline, there is no charge to divert it to a VOIP destination. You wil not mind changing your number eventually after you move home or office, but you still need some time to organise any type of scheme. While you are trying to sort out what to do next with your number. The short term solution for your number problem is port your existing landline to Blue Penguins so it becomes a virtual number pointing to your new phone line at your new home or office. You can now take your time in letting everyone know your new number and you will continue to receive call to your old number in the mean time.

You don't use fax very much now but you don't want to risk loosing any faxes sent to your well publicised facsimile number, you can port those facsimile numbers to virtual fax numbers and either have your faxes redirected to a remaining facsimile line or have them delivered to you by email as a PDF or graphics file attachment.