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SOA Values in DNS records

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We are changing our DNS service provider. We'd like to make this transition as smooth and as quick as possible. I was wondering before making any changes, if we should change the SOA values with our current DNS provider so when we make the change, it propogates as soon as possible. (If I didn't use the correct terminology, please give me the steps and how I should change the DNS zone files with current provider to help expedite the transition to our new DNS provider).
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