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If you have IMEI no of your stolen phone then report it to your local
operator to block the device. It is only your local operator that can block the phone.This makes your network provider to put
your phone's IMEI no in a shared database called as an Equipment Identity Register (EIR)which
reduces the threats of theft of handsets by enabling individual
operators to prevent the use of stolen handsets in their own network.
Now to make the stolen phone inaccessible in other networks (service providers) also, your IMEI no is transferred to Central Equipment Identity Register (CEIR)
which is a database of the IMEI numbers of blacklisted handsets. Once
the device number is listed on CEIR, it wouldn't work with any of the
Ifyour mobile phoneis lost or stolen you can inform your cell phone provider with your IMEInumber. Your cell phone provider can then put the serial number on a shareddatabase. This list stops this particular phone from registering on any networkand will be useless for anyone even if the mobile phone's SIM cardis changed.I suggest you contact your cell phone providerASAP. To lock/block your cell phone from further use, please click on this link:-