Question about Cell Phones
As dumb as this may sound you may want to make sure that your cell phone carrier has recieved your most recent payment and has it posted on the account. If they do not they can disconnect service due to non payment. If this is not the case try popping your sim card into another phone and see if it can make or recieve calls.
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
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