Question about Samsung Cell Phones
You will need to remove the battery out of the phones and write down each IMEI number (or you can get the IMEI number from the sticker on the side of the box it came in.
You then need to phone your operators customer service line and follow the instructions to choose the right category to speak to one of their team.
You need to tell them you have just bought the phones and would like to register them, giving them the IMEI numbers / mobile numbers and make and model of phones
Hope this helps and please rate,, thanks
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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