March 6, 2018 5:04pm CST
Good Wednesday morning to us all. How are you? Today is my check - up and I woke up at 6:30 because the dogs kept on exercising their barking voices to any passersby. When I am in the hospital I put my phone on mute mode but it vibrates when it receives calls and messages. But the topic is not about my phone. It is my son's. Last Monday, I and my son went to the city proper after I and my sister went to the city hall for the payment of our taxes. We rode on a tricycle. My son loves to read so he would sit down and read in his phone while I attend to what I was doing. When we arrived home, he searched for his phone. I told him he didn't give it to me. He was sure he brought it home but he can't find it. I told him to miss call it using my other phone. He did and he said that it was ringing then,"the subscriber cannot be reached ". I got worried. Maybe the phone was snatched then the sim card was removed. I and my sister joined him in searching for his phone. Then he checked on GPS in his laptop. It showed his phone is in the street where our house is but it was nowhere. He kept on ringing his phone until he found it. Where? It was under a pillow in my room. That was why he cannot hear the ringing was because it was on mute mode yet vibrating. Is your phone on vibrating mode?
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7 Mar 18
but your phone is always within your view, right? if it is on mute mode, then you can check who is contacting you and not reply if you don't like the texter/caller. texts by your service provider. i get it. that is the "you have been rewarded 6 points for your P100 load which will expire on March 31, 2018". it is that kind, right? hehehe.