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    Most service provider gives a support of finding lost or stolen handsets. It is suggested that you ensure you have this component on your phone, or discover how to get it, at the earliest opportunity. It fundamentally includes downloading and arranging an area and security application or administration: the applications are normally free from your telephone's application store, while telecom administrators regularly charge for their administrations.
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    You likely definitely realize that every cell phone has an unique IMEI number. At whatever point a cell phone is exchanged on, this IMEI number is sent to Equipment Identity Register database. This database sorts every phone in one of three classes: white recorded, grey recorded and black listed. Once your service provider put your number to this database as a black listed then no one can use your phone.
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    Paaus Sen

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    Contact your telecoms suppliers: they can hinder your SIM card and in this way keep any false utilize. You will be requested your phone number, evidence of ID and your customer code. Document a police report as quickly as time permits, including a depiction of your handset, and the serial and/or IMEI code. Send a duplicate of the answer to either your telecoms supplier or insurance agency.
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    To block a lost or stolen handset you need IMEI number. This is a 15 or 17-digit number that is one of a kind to every phone. You should give this number to your telecom supplier so they can obstruct your SIM card if your handset is lost or stolen. It as a rule accompanies the bundling of your telephone furthermore includes on your bills.
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