Question about Nokia 6600
I know how frustrating that can be to lose your Nokia 6600. Such a great phone!! Since it's a GSM phone, contact your mobile carrier and do one of the following.
1.) have your calls forwarded to another number. That way you won't miss a call.
2.) or, call to put the line on hold (suspend) until you find it, get a replacement phone.
3.) If you have a spare simcard and another spare phone in the meantime, contact your carrier to update your simcard. This will put the other simcard in "disabled" status and can't be used at all. then all your calls, text messages, and picture messages will come to you.
If you have equipment protection feature or plan for your phone, you can contact insurance to get a replacement. Most likely it'll be equal value, since Nokia has not produced one of these lovely 6600's for a few years.
If you want to ensure your phone is not in use. You can ask the representative if there's any activity on since you last used your phone.
I know this will help!
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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