Moving your broadband, power and home phone is simple and easy with our dedicated move house team. Just let us know as soon as possible or at least two weeks before you move in and we will take care of the rest.
Moving my Services
We provide two simple methods for you to move your services to another address.
Learn how to place a move of house request through your Slingshot My Account for your home line and broadband services.
1. Login to your MyAccount and click the ‘My Plan’ link at the top of the page.
2. Choose the ‘Move House’ option and search for your new address.
3. Select the address you are moving into and complete the rest of the form. You will need to enter the following details:
Date you are moving in
Service at the new address (ADSL, VDSL or Fibre)
Whether you require a homeline or not
Data plan and whether you require any additional features
4. Click 'Get It Now' once you’re ready to submit your request.
You can contact our dedicated move house team by calling 0800 89 3495. Alternatively you can send our team an email at by completing our form here. Our team will then be in touch with you accordingly.
Moving House FAQs
It can take up to 10 working days for your local service company to complete move of service requests. We recommend submitting your move request at least 2 weeks before your actual move in date. This will allow us to ensure a smooth transition of services.
Moving services to another address is generally free of cost. If there are any charges associated with your move, we will advise you of these prior to the move being completed. Please note that you are required to agree to a 12 month contract with Slingshot when moving homes.
As long as you are within the same area, you can generally keep your current phone number. In the case that this is not possible, Slingshot will provide you with a new number. If you move out of your current area, we may provide you with a new number. We'll confirm this once we've arranged your move.
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