Pd bill and had no phone service for the 2nd phone.last mont. pd
Phone bill for my phone yesturday and lost service today. i have my receipt number d3011124f. acct 730-1428897-6 for amount of check num002238. last month my granddaughters phone number is815-4813. this service never got put on. please give me credit for my phone service. please respond a.s.a.p. in hopes i do not need to go in person and wait in line, yeaturday i waited in line .35min.
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Depending on your service provider you may be able to call the customer service number and enter your mobil # and it may give you last payment, bill balance and date due. You may be also able to log in online or send a text. Check your contacts for a #check bill balance. Call that number and it sends a text to your phone will all the info.
if you have the lost the phone, you can only get the IMEI number from the box cover, as it is generally mentioned there OR on the receipt. It is imperative that when the phone is sold the IMEI number is printed on the receipt. Best thing is to keep a note of IMEI number in a safe place may be on a diary/computer.
Mobil bill, ah you have lost it, I have lost quite few bills in my life.I most often get a reminder to pay, if not and my memory serves me I phone if the phone is still open or contact (either snail mail or E-mail) my service provider and ask them if were possible that I had not paid my bill on time. I find the people working atmy service providers very understanding and send willingly another bill.
try finding out ur IMEI number from the bills u recieved for the product or from the box in which ur phone came from... anyways u need the IMEI number... contact ur local police and file a case for missing phone with the IMEI num.... next alert ur phone connection company about this go to their office and submit the police report and the IMEI number they can then track ur phone...
Don't worry so much about someone getting into your files, IMMEDIATELY call your service provider and terminate your service before you get a bill that will be in the $1,000.00's of dollars.
Whether you have compromising data in your phone or not, I'm sorry to hear you lost it. Your main concern should be to protect yourself financially. You may not have to 'face the music' (for off color data on your phone) if it is truly lost, as in gone forever. Still, please report the loss to the service provider, your insurance company and the police. DO IT NOW!!!
Why do I say these things? I frequently find questions here and elsewhere concerning unlocking the security code on a telephone (default is normally the last 4 digits of a phone number). How can someone forget the code? My pesumption is, generally, the person asking the question is not the rightful owner of the phone. This is not to say there are legitimate cases where the owner has locked the phone accidently (I did it myself) or someone else locked it unbeknownst to the owner, maybe as a joke. I called the service provider to find the answer.
Anyway, if you have not made the reports I recommended yet - STOP READING THIS AND GO MAKE THE REPORT NOW!!! I dont want to see you back here asking how you can get out from under the $1,000.00 bill you received after your phone was lost.
No you cant get it back, but you can make it such that even the finder/thief can not use it.
Go to the police to lodge a complaint, which in any case you have to to get the same number allotted to you again. In that complaint you must mention the IMEI number (you can get it from your receipt from the dealer or from the dealer's copy) and ask the police to tell the service provider to block that IMEI number. If you cant use your phone why should someone else use it. Your request to the service provider will not be heard because such is the law. onlt police can get it blocked.
If you don't know the number check you bill as it is on the bill from you provider. Unless the phone is stolen and that is why you don't know the phone number. You can also contact your service provider and give them the ESN(electronic serial number) from under the battery, then they can cross refrence it and give you the number.