NSLM (nslm) wrote,


Well the police now have one more stolen phone to add to their statistics, I called them and got the status of the phone I thought I'd simply lost, changed to stolen. They now have a list of mobile numbers, a land line number, and a number in Spain. I don't really expect much to happen, but I suppose there's always a possibility.

Singlepoint have added the IMEI to the blacklast, and although they won't refund the calls (that was supposed to be covered by insurance, which involded a fuckup by me so wasn't) they did add 5 quids worth of extra calls to my account.

To make this slightly clearer, the phone I now know is stolen, is the phone that went for a walk 2 weeks ago, not the new one, that would really have pissed me off...

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