This question is a bit unusual.
I had a mobile number 079xxxxxxxx, it was with a small Virtual Mobile operator Jadoo Mobile which using O2 network.
but Jadoo Mobile became bankrupt this month and I can't dial out and no one can dial in
I tried to contact them but as they don't exist anymore, so no one answered my call and replied my e-mail. So I can't get a PAC code from Jadoo Mobile
I hope to keep the phone number as I've been using it for more than 10 years. All my job agents contact me by that number so our house income depends on the availability of this mobile number.
because they were virtual mobile operator using O2 network. Calls from a landline to my old number is still diverted to O2 network cloud,
I presume there's an exising service contract between O2 and Jadoo mobile to provide mobile network service. But as Jadoo Mobile is bankrupted they will pay O2 after the current network service period
could anyone please let me know what will O2 do with this number then?
Must be an awful feeling for that to have happened, and I sypathise with the OP, but I find it a little strange that someone would tie up their entire life on a mobile number from a MVNO and not have any backup at all.
Have to agree, you'd think that they would either have a landline in place or a second phone on a network carrier & not an mvno