February 3, 2012 5:41am CST
a while ago I missed a call. I heard my phone rang and when I was about to answer it, it stopped ringing. I checked who called but there wasn't any number. Is that really possible?
7 Feb 12
have you seen the japanese movie 'the ring'? enough said. lol! just messing with you mspitot. most likely it was an overseas call from a friend or a family member. perhaps it is from an employer you applied at that's based from another country? anyway, don't sweat so much about it. you'll do just fine. cheers!!!
4 Feb 12
No number or the number was unknown to you? I always get some phone calls from numbers that are unknown to me too. It would turn out that the caller got my number from our common friend. Although some would only be mistakenly dialed as to the last digit.
3 Feb 12
Yes, it is possible. I also notice it once I have my friends in other country call me on my mobile phone. It always appear "no number". My ex boyfriend was from USA and other friends are in Singapore and Africa. Whenever they called, I do not see any number on my mobile phone.
5 Feb 12
I will just know who is the other person in line once I hear the voice. Aside from that, my ex boyfriend and friends are always introducing themselves once they called. Maybe you have a friend abroad who are trying to call you. Or maybe, you have given your number to someone long time ago.
8 Feb 12
Just a bit of advise, do not answer those kind of calls, because some of these calls decreases your load, if you are a prepaid user. If you are a postpaid user, it will just keep calling and calling you until they can identify your sim id and use it for something else.. I do not want to share how it works, but I am just giving out a warning as a fellow member.. :)
3 Feb 12
Do you mean hidden or private number? The caller can set his or her number to be hidden. Some operators activate this private number by default, while other operators do not activate this unless you ask for it. Check your mobile phone and browse the setting. This setting is grouped in the security setting, if I am not wrong.