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Did you cancel the services or did you fail to pay the bill and the phone services were disconnected ?
Your phone service would be provided as credit. You use the phone and accrue a debt for its use. If you did not pay this debt and the phone service was disconnected on you you still owe the debt. You may also be still being charged for line rental , phone equipment rental or a continuing service fee.
I suggest you contact the accounts department of the phone company and try to sort out the bill and to find out what your billing account situation is.
Some phone companies bills that are not paid or sorted out can affect your credit record / rating , so it would be of some urgency that you sort out the situation with your phone network provider before it gets worse and affects your credit rating.
Yes ofcourse, these days most of the services can be paid from a mobile .
Either you can directly pay your bill by accessing their website from your mobile browser or you can use their own apps(if the service provider has one) to easily do the payment.
you can use your debit, credit cards, net banking and many other options to do the payment
go into call and put in #06# and note imei number that comes up. Next phone the mobile network provider and tell them you want to check you phone got connected properly to their network when you purchased it , give them the mobile phone number and the imei number if they ask for it.
If it is a pre paid phone you may need a recharge of credits onto the phone. The dealer or assistant should have done this for you if needed and explained the pre paid system to you if you are on pre paid. You may have an internet portal with the mobile phoine network provider that can manage your pre paid.
If the mobile phonw was connected via wi fi you should have an application somewhere on the phone to manage recharging credits. if pre paid
You can't do it on the mobile data if your credits are zero.
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.
Well this is not a computer problem, but I would contact your credit card company and ask them if they made a payment for that amount to whoever you paid. If not thats why your still getting billed. Good Luck.