Question about Cell Phones
Call your mobile phone number and try to negotiate a deal with the thief. Or, call your service provider and have them shut that ESN or SIM Card off!
As for detecting it, your Provider will be able to tell you geographically where the phone is being or has been used since it was stolen, if that helps.
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
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