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Where could I find these #s?
The ESN is the Electronic Serial Number for a phone,
ESN is generally used for CDMA by Verizon/Sprint to identify a particular phone.
It works like an identification number every time a call is made to notify what phone is making the call, and whether to allow the call (i.e. the phone is paid up, hasn't been reported stolen, etc).
Unfortunately I am not sure where you would find the ESN since I do not know what particular phone you are using which requires you to know its ESN.
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Posted on Dec 16, 2008
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