Who made the worlds best-selling mobile phone handset?
this rare the world's best selling phone handset;
(2) HTC HD2
(3) HTC Desire
(4) Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10
(5) Nokia 2730 Classic
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The number is stored on the SIM card - NOT the handset. Simply take the SIM card from the damaged phone - and insert it into a 'healthy' handset.
You can purchase a Nokia handset for your mobile phone from places such as Target, the store where you purchased your phone, Best Buy, Walmart, Amazon and eBay.
A Mobile Phone is the same thing as a Cell phone. You do not need a handset or a cord like some house phones require.
Assuming you're talking about mobile-phone masts - they're needed to transmit the mobile signal to & from the handset - and as a link into the wired phone network.
The IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) number is specific to the handset. The mobile number is associated with the SIM card. If you swap a different SIM card into the mobile phone, it will have a different mobile number but the same IMEI number. The mobile company will have a record of the IMEI of the handset that used a particular mobile number for a particular call, and your mobile provider has a record of… Read More
The world's mobile phone is HTC ONE M8.
On most models of mobile phone, you can get the IMEI number by entering *#06#
Yes - provided the handset has been unlocked from t-mobile.
As long as it's switched on - any mobile phone can be tracked to within a 3 metre square location. The mobile network always knows the physical location of each active handset - so that it can route calls, texts etc to the phone at all times. The handset is always in communication with the three nearest phone-masts, and the network's computer system can therefore show where each handset is.
Batteries of the Nokia 7110 mobile phone typically outlast the phone. The Nokia is an older-style cell phone and features a sliding handset. By today's standards, the phone is large and clunky.
Network providers alwaysknow where each handset is - in order to route calls & texts to them. They do this by 'triangulation. Each handset 'talks' to the nearest phone masts. Once the three closest masts receive a signal from the handset, its location is known. It is possible to track a handset to within a 3 metre square 'box'.
If it's an american mobile, dial 001 followed by the number. If it's a UK mobile - dial the number as you would normally. The network will know where the handset is - and will route the call accordingly.
Yes as the mobile number is dictated by the sim not the handset.
A 3G handset is a mobile phone that is compatible with 3G (third-generation) technology. 3G technology allows faster data connections and higher-quality sound.
You personally - no. However - the phone company knows where every active mobile phone handset is - down to an area roughly 3 metres square !
The IMEI of any handset can be found either by removing the battery (it's printed inside the phone under where the battery is) - OR, dial star hash zero six hash *#06# on the handset, and the phone will display the IMEI number.
No - the mobile number has no physical area allocated to it - as, say 021 would indicate a Birmingham number. Mobile companies can, however, trace any active handset to within a 10 metre area - as each handset is in constant communication with at least 3 mobile phone masts ! The network needs to know exactly where each handset is - in order to transmit calls & texts to the right person !
Most mobile phones and mobile phone service providers have a way for you to check your airtime minutes against your plan at no charge. However, the specifics vary from company to company and may vary from handset to handset.
Since IMEInumber is unique, it will help us in locating your lost or stolen mobile handset. For now, note down this IMEI number and keep in a safe place. You can also find your mobile IMEI number on your mobile handset packet cover. When you switch on our mobile phone, your mobile SIM card tries to connect with any available network. Once it finds a supported network it tries to build a network connection between… Read More
Assuming you mean the IMEI number - it's a unique 17-digit number given to every handset. Each handset's number is unique - there are no two handsets with the same IMEI number. Mobile phone companies can block a handset using the IMEI numnber - and once blocked, it cannot be undone. Basically if the IMEI number is used to block a handset - it renders the handset permanently useless. The 'standard' unlock code for a… Read More
If the handset has been unlocked from its original network, then yes.
Only if the handset has been unlocked from its original network.
The handset (not Vodaphone) needs to be compatible with the New York frequencies.
IF the Simple handset is unlocked - AND the SIM card fits the device - then, yes.
The phone call is beamed to the nearest mobile-phone mast. It is then relayed through the terrestrial cable network until it reaches the nearest mast to where the destination mobile is, where the signal is beamed to the handset.
You don't block the SIM - you block the handset - by contacting your service provider. Explain to them your phone has been stolen, and ask them to block your handset. Blocking the handset means that no matter how many SIM cards are inserted - none will work.
EVERY mobile phone that's switched on - can be traced to the nearest three network masts - this will trace your handset to an area roughly 3 metres by 3 metres square. Using 'triangulation' - and hand-held detectors, your handset can be traced to your exact location !
Motorola DynaTac 8000x
If - by 'disposable' phones - you mean 'pay as you go' - then yes they are ! ALL mobile phones handsets can be traced to a physical area within 3 metres of the handset - just by using the mobile phone network of masts. After that, there are hand-held devices that will pinpoint the handset with greater accuracy.
Can you buy a new Boost Mobile Phone on Ebay and use the SIM card from your old phone Can you keep the same phone number?
maybe.. If you have old phone also from boost phone, then you would surely, get no problem in changing handset.
"The first hand-held mobile phone was demonstrated by Dr Martin Cooper of Motorola in 1973, using a handset weighing 2 kg" Cited from a Wikipedia article. 8-25-2011
I Pad - Samsung apple
ALL mobile phones can be physically traced to a known area ! Every activated mobile phone connects to at least three mobile phone masts. The network needs to know where each handset is in order to route calls, texts etc.
Nope - EVERY mobile phone can be tracked to within about 10 metres of its physical location - by the network it's using ! The network MUST know where each handset is - in order to route calls & texts to it !
The Nokia 3500 mobile/cell phone handset can be purchased online from shopping and auction websites such as ebay, idealprice and myshopping, amongst others.
Outright Mobile phone is online retailer of cheap and discounted mobile phone handset, they only sell Australian Stock which carries 12 months Manufacturers warranties. A-tick cheap mobiles are available online for you to get delivered to your door step.
There is a kind of 'tracker' on EVERYONE'S mobile (cell) phone !... Your handset is in constant communication with the network - even when you're not using it. When you switch your phone on - it sends out a 'find me' signal to the network - so that the network can route calls and texts etc Using the network's location software - EVERY handset can be pin-pointed to roughly a 3-metre area !
You as an individual have no legal right to that information. The mobile phone company will know exactly where the person is (within a 3 metre area) by data received from their handset.
The sprint phone needs to be unlocked from its original network. Once a handset has been unlocked, it will accept SIM cards from other providers.
Most mobile handsets are sold 'unlocked'.. therefore - you should be able to use your existing SIM card in the new handset.
It depends on the phone. Normally if it's an option it would be on the software that came with the handset. If your handset came with no software it is usually available free from the manufacturer's website. With out give more specific details it is hard to help fully.
Yes - unlocking the handset removes it's 'loyalty' to a specific network. You simply change the original T-Mobile SIM card for the Metro one.
There are many ways you can purchase an iPhone. If buying from new you can purchase outright from any good mobile phone outlets that sell the handsets. You can purchase over time with taking a rental contract out with a mobile phone supplier, who may either sell you the handset at a greatly discounted price and some network suppliers may provide the handset for free, depending on the specific terms of the rental contract you… Read More
It's rather simple.. Just take out the SIM card from your previous phone and put it in your new one. Your number will remain same, because it depends on the SIM and not the handset.
On your mobile's handset - dial.. star hash zero six hash (*#06#) This will display your handset's IMEI number. It works on ANY mobile phone.
Every time you switch on your mobile, It automatically sends out a piece of RFID (or 'find me') data. This is picked up by the nearest phone masts, so the network can route calls texts and data to the handset.
A Nokia mobile phone can vary massively in cost depending on the handset and whether or not it is bought as a pay-as-you-go or contract deal, or just the phone on it's own. The cheapest retails for å£8 but it is predicted that the upcoming new model of Nokia Lumia will cost around å£420.
Is there a way to unlock a Samsung Galaxy s6 active that is still under contract for free with out going through the carrier?
Nobody will unlock a phone for free. Any mobile phone shop will unlock the handset - but they will charge for the service.
according to this link YES you can http://blog.omio.com/handset-news/t-mobile-g1-becomes-laptop-modem-with-new-app/