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Tuesday, February 03, 2015

How to Block Lost and Stolen Mobile


Block Your Stolen Mobile (1)


Mobiles have become the basic necessity of our lives and they contain a lot of personal information. Hence it is very important to keep it safe. However, after all the precautions, it may happen that we still lose the mobile or it get stolen. In such cases, it is very important to protect the information which is there in the mobile from being misused.

If you own a smart phone, there are many software which are available which can be installed and used to block and locate it. 
But for other mobile devices and generally, the service providers Mobily, STC and Zain can assist you with it free of charge.

This is what you have to do:
You need to visit your sim service provider Mobily, STC, Zain with these information that they will need in order to assist you.

Requirements :
1. IMEI Number
The IMEI can be found on the box of your mobile device or on your mobile. You will need to turn off your mobile and remove the battery and you will find it printed there. You may also get it easily by typing this code 
 *#06# on the dial pad.


2. Proof of Ownership
You needed to bring something that proves you own the mobile device you want to block, you can prove it by showing your purchase invoice, receipt or warranty card. A selfie with your mobile device is NOT a proof of ownership.

3. It is important that you have used a valid sim from your service provider atleast once in the past one month. If you are using a phone which uses only roaming simcard from another country and have never used the local simcard for more than a month, you might have a problem with this

4. A declaration form available at the service provider office filled and signed.
Once you have provided the above requirements, the service provider can immediately block your mobile.

In any instances where you only have misplaced it and you found it, you may unblock your mobile by visiting the service provider with the same requirements and process as above.
For more information, you can visit the website of your service provider here:





We encourage po ang lahat to be extra careful sa ating mga phones.




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