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Topic # 189196 20-Dec-2015 11:04
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As mentiond in another thread, i had my iphone sent for repair to apple and it went missing at nzcouriers.
How do i block this handset from being used if it has been appropriated by someone?
It was ourchased via apple but as I am on skinny do I get it blocked via skinny? Or can i contact any network to block the device?


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  Reply # 1454365 21-Dec-2015 11:33
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Please call our customer care team on 0800 475 4669 and they can block the device for you.  If the SIM was still in it then they can block that as well.

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  Reply # 1455610 22-Dec-2015 19:46
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awesome thanks

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