Question about Cell Phones
If you truly found it, why not try getting it back to it's rightful owner first. As Cell phones do have ESN's and MAC ID's to identify them as uniquely as fingerprints identify us.
If you meant that you like found it in your closet? Then depending on the service provider you'll have to get with them to activate and account for you. Do you know if it's GSM or CDMA, does it take a SIM card?
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
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