Question about Cell Phones
It is hard coded into the phone until you actually change the number of the phone. That is actually impossible anymore anyway since this phone came out before GPS locators were standard in every phone. Now you can not activate a phone that does not have a GPS function in it, by law. It is for safety... so noone can ever use this phone again in the future. There is no real point in recycling it, noone can ever use this phone again. I would suggest you just recycle the battery from the phone and then throw the phone away, or destroy it physically with a hammer or something and then recycle the broken phone if you really want. That will ensure noone can get your number. As mentioned it's impossible to use the phone for anything other than a "toy" I guess... So destroying it really isn't doing any damage, it's unusable anyway.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
Hi Mandy. Take your phone into your phone store and ask them to remove the number for you. There is no charge for this service. Joe
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