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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Mobile Number Renewal

I just come up into a realization.. I've been using for 3 years already this mobile network and so far I've never experience bad about it except to what happened to my friend's number. Actually, what we thought is that there might be a problem with the sim card he's using since it had suddenly shut down the signal and no longer can be contacted that time. This happened last year. So what we did is that we loaded the sim card with P30 regular load but then we end up waiting for nothing. We called up the network and asked what had happened.. What they told is that.. the sim card we are using is okay and the load we've made had been loaded already in the said number. And they advised us to wait probably 24 hours before the signal comes back. Still, we waited for nothing.

What we did was changed his number. And then, few months later after changing to new number, I discovered that the number of my friend has been renewed though the sim card is still with us. Well, what keeps me thinking about it is that, maybe that was the reason behind the deactivation happened to his number.

How did I come up with the conclusion that it has been renewed? Well, I tried to dialed the number he had before and yes, a new owner of the said number is using it. I guess that new owner is from Luzon part since she speaks in "tagalog". Anyway, it was a little dismay in our part since we've been using the said mobile network for so long and of what they have done unto us, we're now planning to use other mobile network for personal use.

Have you experienced the same thing to what happened to my friend's number? Any thought?

8 comments:

  1. Best advice: get postpaid. This happens a lot lately with prepaid sims.

    www.dekaphobe.com

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    1. Exactly sis. But I am having a hard time to get post paid since I dont have any source of income aside from working online. :( Well, probably if ever I can open a bank account.. why not, dba? :D

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  2. My mom's other sim card is just the same with your friend's. Someone sent a msg to my mom's sim and he said that the number we are using was owned by his friend. So na confuse kami, bago ung sim tapos may nag may ari na dati? So baka nga gnagawa tlga nla un. :/

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    1. un nga ee.. that's the problem with the other mobile network who do offer cheap sim cards.. tsk3..

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    2. there's so many bad experiences with mobile carriers, list are endless, and our voices have always been taken for granted by these companies.

      (visiting via FBU)

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    3. imriz.. exactly sis. :(

      by the way followed you via GFC :)

      thanks for visiting my blog.

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  3. It happened to my in-laws! We called them then iba ang sumasagot. Then, we asked about the number and it has exactly the same number with my dad-in-law. And like, my dad has been using that number forever!Too bad we have to changed it and do hassle of telling everyone on his contacts about his new number.

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    1. that's the problem sis.. super alaga nga un sim and suddenly masisira bigla un pala nerenew.. wew.. :(

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