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#1263 23-Mar-2004 00:08
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Hey everyone.

This is just a question about whether or not I should return a lost phone. I assume it's lost. I found a reasonably new Nokia 2280. It's a prepay, and basically, I could take it over I guess. I was just wondering, what you all think about whether I was to keep this phone, I know someone would be missing it. When I found it, it was left on a table at a cafe, and I went to the people who were on that tabke, but they said it wasn't theirs. I myself don't have a cellphone, and well, an opportunity knocks, should I take it, I know it's not fair on the owner.

Just like to hear some thoughts on this issue.

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#4381 23-Mar-2004 10:00
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Ask yourself: if someone else found YOUR phone, would you want them to keep it?

Do the right thing man, karma will work for you and you'll probably win a free phone or something :D

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#4382 23-Mar-2004 11:07
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Wise words, Ben!

If it's a prepay (which you say it's) you can drop in the Police Station. Otherwise just drop in any operator's dealer.




 

 

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#4385 23-Mar-2004 14:01
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Thanks guys,

well, it took some thought, and well, thats no way to aquire a phone. So, heres hoping I get to win that phone now aye??? So what competition am I in...lol. Well, I just took it to the police station and handed it in.

Wise words is right.

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#4386 23-Mar-2004 14:50
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If you've handed it in to police and it doesn't get claimed in 28 days you will get it back.
I did that with a radio when i was a kid.
so i say well done on handing it in, and you get the prize of a phone - if no-one claims it, and you left your details with it.



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#4418 24-Mar-2004 11:10
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woohoo, I may have won yet. Yep, I left the details with the police. I must follow that up. That may be my free phone. I also put it in the paper as found, so hey, I attempted to give it back, now it's fair game...lol. Thanks

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