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I check the imei number that you provided. It says that the IMEI isn't blacklisted. It also says that this is a valid apple serial number. But something that confuses me, it says that it's an apple iphone 4 registered with at&t, but it also says that it's unlocked.
if it is I phone go to settings and then about phone you should see I m e I number. if it is other than iphone and google your models in to find that number for that full and then you should see a way to do it
View this on an iPhone via the menu Settings->General->About and scroll down to IMEI.
This number identifies your iPhone on the network, beside your actual phone #. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe