It depends on your company and if someone is currently using the number..
yes but if it is T-Moblie samsung and Verizon samsung you can't reuse it
Is it your phone or somebody else's? If it is your phone: go to the phone store and reactivate it.. If it is not your phone: the police can assume that you stole a phone. They can find you if the phone has GPS.
Until it breaks :)
divide cells into rings which will operate with different levels of frequency reuse
The Base Word for reuse is use because re is the prefix of reuse and there is no suffix for reuse
Yes, you can. It's simply a matter of someone at the phone company changing the details on their computer system. You'll still have the same number, but your plan will change.
can you reuse a nickel?
like this "reuse"
Recycle, reuse and reduce!
No, NEVER reuse a needle.
Reuse is a verb (to use something again) and a noun (in a state of reuse).
The correct spelling is 'reuse'.
they have lids (so you dont spill). you can reuse them a number of times. they are prtable.
never refuse to reuse..............................!
No, you can't reuse NuvaRing. Dispose of it safely.
yes squirrels reuse their nests.
To reuse something, you do not throw it away, you use it more than once. This prevents it from ending up in a landfill! :) Reuse!
in my town they collect numbers 1 & 2 but im not really sure if all places collect the same numbers. Im not really too sure what you mean by 'safe' but i think that you should be able to reuse/recycle it, because it does have a number on it
Frequency reuse is the process of using the same radio frequencies on radio transmitter sites within a geographic area that are separated by sufficient distance to cause minimal interference with each other. Frequency reuse allows for a dramatic increase in the number of customers that can be served (capacity) within a geographic area on a limited amount of radio spectrum (limited number of radio channels).
Yes, if you wash it out before you reuse it.
No, You can't reuse your code.
Reuse is a form of recycling.
Tagalog word of REUSE: gamitin uli