I am so very sad because I lost my phone and the person who got it won't give it back to me. I am in Asia country and it is so hard to locate our phone to where I belong. I am very sad and I can still think about it my files, pictures and my numbers now I felt the lost of it. I lost it 4 days ago.
I'm sorry to hear that Dianne. that's terrible. Do you know who the person was that took your phone?
That sucks! I lost mine this winter and never got it back! My life was on that phone! What's wrong with people? They can use it after its reported lost... probably liberals.. they think they're entitled to other peoples' property!
that makes me so upset and so mad at my maximum level... i even cursed them.what makes it sucks when somebody in my family was rushed in the hospital the same day i lost my phone we are the last person to know he was in coma..after 3 days..... and they keep calling and sending an sms to my phone cos the people who got it wants to play us they turn on/off my phone I don't know if they know how to read and navigate my phone
why they are people like that who is happy to use others property. I hope they will got karma
In Asia, (Diane said she is from there), you can buy as many pre paid sim card as you want without registering your number.
to Diane, hope you can get a replacement soon. BTW, I lost maybe four cellphones when I was still in the Phils. (2 slashed bags, one snatched while I was texting walking and one was misplaced and never found).
Yeah, that makes it very so hard as people will take an advantage of that thing.... its hard to locate lost phones specially if the phone is lil bit expensive the person who got it will no have interest to give it back.
I got the extra phone but so sad.. my phone is my life too as what lady_love said..
thank you pretty and sorry to hear what happened to you, is not nice.
Hi Diane, now you need to fasten it under your belt, somebody might be interested on it again LOL, they just buy another sim card and replace your number. Phone nos. are important.
I have no mobile phone, therefore I cannot lose what I don't have.
I ran mine over once with a car by accident. It was an awesome pile of electronic pancake, and I was lucky to be able to pull the SIM out, undamaged. Cell phones really are fragile!
Twice I have had my cell phone "lost" - the person kept it and was phoning looking for me - eery.
I keep ICE - in case of emergency contact and yet no one phoned that number!
Also, once I had my Golden Retriever retrieve my phone - brand new - with 3 hours of contacts just added - deposited into the creek behind my home.
I love my blackberry because of the backup of the contacts and info.
I've never lost mine, but I did drop one in a full glass of water It was gone for good, never could turn it back on.
I am always loosing my mobile. I'm on a contract which helps!
I get it replaced by my insurance. Not many people think to contact or take out insurance.
My advice..get insurance
I hope you immediately called your cell phone company. All charges and texts they make on your phone your responsible for. I found this out the hard way.
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Don't think about it much it is common, just buy another mobile, i am sure you are having useless numbers in your mobile coz if it has important one you must have a back u copy of them.
Don't be so sad dianne..I alsolost my mobile phone once, a laptop and a lot of things when i was on a trip. Just chill out and be more alert, so that it would never happen again in future.
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