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Is my phone number the property of ringcentral or mine

I want to put out business cards & flyers and I'm not sure to use ring centrals number assigned to us

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If numbers are working and billing on your account - then they're yours.  Technically, (with all carriers) you lease your phone numbers.
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When I initially researched 800 numbers several years ago and decided on Ring Central, one of the attractive features was portability of the 800 number. I'm not planning on going anywhere else any time soon, but it was reassuring at that point bc I had no idea what the RC experience would be like. So far, so very happy. Thanks!
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If numbers are working and billing on your account - then they're yours.  Technically, (with all carriers) you lease your phone numbers.  RC TF#s can be ported to any viable carrier.
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