Question about Nokia Classic 2330 Cell Phone
Your IMEI no is the unique identifier for each phone, coded in by the phone's manufacturer. It is what distinctively identifies your phone uniquely. Though there are proceedures to remove them, but it is strongly advised against. This is because systems would begin to see it as a virus and this is not too good for your phone.
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Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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