Lost my cell phone
July 19, 2010 2:45am CST
I lost my cellphone at shopping mall lost week. Its low cost but that was my first mobile from mom's gift for my birthday. so i want to keep my entire life but i missed it. how can i find my first mobile any ideas in your mind suggest here..i'm worry about it..its lots of meaning to me..
19 Jul 10
I'm sorry jotimani, but you probably wont be able to find it anymore. I have lost different mobile phones a couple of times and it was only once that my mobile was returned. There was a kind cab driver who gave me back my mobile when we were on vacation. Try calling up your number to see if it still rings. If the one who found it have the intention of giving it back, he would have contacted someone from your phonebook already.
26 Jul 10
Its very sad to hear this type of things because if mom gifted to us means it costs a lot, even we can't rate that gift in our life time that much of precious that gift is. But if we lost that gift then oh god i will feel bad and its really a loss and i lost one precious thing in my life. Friend its ok gift can take one more or your mother can gift you one more but your mother itself is a gift for you. Take care of your mother.
21 Jul 10
That is a shame if it holds sentimental value. Obviously report it. Check back through everywhere in the mall to see whether it has been handed in to a store. If not, after a week, I think it's unlikely that you will find it. The other possibility is to see if you can get another phone of the same mode- at least it would be similr.
20 Jul 10
I am sorry to hear that . I think the cell phone is so important that you should find it . I suggest that you could inquire for your cell phone from some waiters in that shopping mall . May be some employees in shopping mall found it after you lost it . So I think you can ask them if them find your phone . Maybe you can get some clues . Good luck .
19 Jul 10
Did yo had any security software loaded in your phone , if yes when the person who changes the sim card the phone itself will send the message to your preselected numbers about your phone. First stop your sim card services and file a complaint in a police station with original bill and IMEI number of your phone.
19 Jul 10
Well do you have original bill and IMEI number of your cell? then there is a 1% of chance to get it back.. First you complain FIR to nearest police station with your original bill. then with that FIR copy you can go to all network providers and ask for the help, they can provide you the information of your cell with new number (that bad hand using) if you lucky, you can get the number and also with the help of that FIR you can first get information of that new sim card and ask police to help you. You may need to spend few money for police procedure but you can get it back. We get Nokia 6233 back once via above procedure. Try else it's already lost so you can't do more. Good Luck..
19 Jul 10
if you know your mobile's IMEI number then you can find it but if you dont then it is hard to find it by your sim card because the one who will get your mobile will throw the simcard first....but if you know that IMEI number then go to police and report a complain....and first thing you should do is close the service of your sim card....contact your service provider for ex mine is airtel.....so contact yours and tell him that your sim card is lost with mobile...they can find your sim card's location if it is inserted in any handset.....one of my friends mobile was also lost in maharashtra.....he traced his mobile using IMEI number and his cellphone was at jaipur in a mobile shoppie .....so try your best.....all the best.....
• Eugene, Oregon
2 Aug 10
I am sorry to hear about you losing your cell phone. chances are you won't get it back, but then there is always a chance that an honest person found it and will return it to you. I had that happen to me 2 years ago, and it was returned the same day. I would report it to the police and let them know where you lost it. You could also go to security in the mall and see if anyone turned it in. Nowadays, if someone wants a phone bad enough, then they will just take one when they find it. It is sad, but it does happen. I hope you get it back, but more than likely you won't. Take care, and have a very good day.