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  #1138256 26-Sep-2014 14:08
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RunningMan:
PhantomNVD:  says no service when you put the sim in,


Hope it's not IMEI blocked...


Yeah, good luck with that

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  #1138274 26-Sep-2014 14:38
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oh dear




Involuntary autocorrect in operation on mobile device. Apologies in advance.


 
 
 
 


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  #1138467 26-Sep-2014 20:45
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Yep, but apparently the different networks don't talk to each other anyway, so might just have to see...

Handoff went well today, just to get home after the Married Night and put it all together :)

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  #1138524 26-Sep-2014 22:34
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PhantomNVD: Yep, but apparently the different networks don't talk to each other anyway, so might just have to see...

Handoff went well today, just to get home after the Married Night and put it all together :)


pretty sure they all share info about lost/stolen phones now

http://www.tcf.org.nz/content/cfa46b54-509c-44aa-91da-3bfe14d20f8f.html

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  #1138559 27-Sep-2014 05:54
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awesome, so how do i track down if it is? I DID make sure that 'find my iPhone' wasn't locked, and iCloud was logged out... with an iPhane on 7.1.2 that'd surely mean the real/original owner was parting with it willingly? you'd have to try really hard to avoid 
Apples modern stance on iTsmine!

*edit checks out ok... thanks for the IMEI link btw :)


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  #1156378 16-Oct-2014 21:22
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Thanks Steve turned up alive and well. Managed to come past customs with out attracting their attention for a fee.

Aussie post was also reasonably quicker than I thought they would be as well.

Missus is happy with her new phone as it was an upgrade from a 3GS to this so quite a jump.

Once again thanks Steve much appreciated.




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